Instead of wrapping outdoor lighting strings around tree branches, which has tendency to create a Christmas-like feeling, use strings of paper lantern lights. You can find lighting in colors and shapes in sphere or box. For an elegant look, hang strings of small white paper lanterns so they drape along bottom of branches. Colored paper lanterns are useful when determining an erratic voting in a party area or for a luau themed dinner.
If you are decorating a room which has a limited view of sky, a light ceiling can create impression of twinkling stars. Approximately 12 meters from ground, hang outdoor lighting strings from one side of room to other. Leave 1 to 2 meters of space between each string, and set it so that each successive string parallel. You can also create a ceiling by stringing lights outside from a center flagpole. If you decorate create a walkway, string lights in a diagonal pattern on walk to a dramatic entrance.
For an unexpected touch of light, using light garlands to be packed to frame of various objects. Choose items to atmosphere: an old wagon wheel for a rustic wedding or garden, an antique fan for a small room or a wire-frame of words or letters. Wrap individual outdoor lighting strings around frame so that object appears to glow yourself. Position illuminated object under a set of plant or flower pots on an extra glow cast on leaves and flowers, or use it as a centerpiece on a serving table.