This post has nothing to do with wireless. If you want to learn how to retrofit Christmas houses with LEDs, read on...
Dickens-style houses/buildings, some have signs like "Scrooge & Marley" "Fezziwig" etc. Each has a C7 lamp and a cord. Given the number of houses she has, cord management is always an issue. We wind up trying to hide them with fluffy "snow" fabric, and then we have to hide a socket-strip and all the plugs. The lights get hot, so in proximity to the fabric there's always a fire risk if one of the lights were to pop out. The houses are fun, but it's a huge mess, so we decided to homebrew some LED lights for them.
|Top removed from thread protector|
|LED glued into thread protector|
amber/yellow LEDs instead of the pure white we have now. Maybe over time I'll swap in some of those if the white ones fail. In the meantime, our Dickens Village is lit up with no cords or concerns about fire danger.