I’ve always wanted to decorate the outside of my home to the nines for Christmas, but each year I put it off because I can’t find time with three kids five and under.
We deck the halls inside, of course! We have a ginormous tree thanks to a super tall ceiling, mantle garland, glittery trees and plenty of heirlooms around house. But, I always felt my home’s exterior was lacking.
And when I heard about this new holiday laser projection that can decorate your home in three minutes, I knew I needed to get my hands on one.
They had me at three minutes, seriously!
Star Shower projects thousands of laser stars on the home, landscape, or even inside. And if you haven’t heard it, it’s apparently all the rage!
Star Shower is done in three easy steps:
- Stake it into the ground
- Plug it in
- Choose between two color options.
StarShower covers over 600 square feet.
I wish my picture did this product justice, but it seriously looks amazing in person! The lights actually twinkle and my kids are obsessed.
Note: Can you spot my two-year-old in his pajamas on the front lawn? He insisted on coming outside with me when I took the picture!
This was the easiest product I’ve ever had to set up. I didn’t need any help and finished within minutes.
My favorite feature of the Star Shower is that it turns on and off by itself. It’s 99.9% energy efficient. To save electricity, Star Shower has been designed to only turn on in the dark.
Star Shower is available at www.getstarshower.com and retail stores nationwide for $39.99, including Bed Bath & Beyond, Target and CVS. Although I’m hearing it’s sold out in a lot of places!
Important to know: Star Shower should be pointed directly at your home, never directly into the sky. Lasers should not be projected at or within the flight path of an aircraft within 10 nautical miles of an airport. If your intended surface is within 10 nautical miles of an airport, lower the angle of the Star Shower so that no lasers point into the sky.
How do you decorate the outside of your home for the holidays?
Disclosure: I was provided a Star Shower to facilitate this post. I was not told what to say or how to say it. As always, all opinions are my own.