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This article brought to you courtesy of Kay Newell of Sunlan Lighting, Portland Tribune Insider Lighting Expert.

Kay Newell

Flicker Flame bulbs are often used as Halloween bulbs;

inside a pumpkin, they look like real candles flickering

and bouncing inside a plastic jack-o-lantern. The same

bulb placed in a fixture and set in your window is a sign

of welcome or just to greet you when you return home is

a fun decorator touch.

Holidays in December use candles to honor the beliefs

of many religions. The use of flicker flame bulbs is an easy

and safe way to have the look of a candle. Use a timer to

turn the flicker flame bulb off and on at a given time each

day.

I use Flicker flames candles in my home in many ways. In

my kitchen windows, I have several pretty candle stick

holders we made from fixture parts from my wide selection

of parts. I use more flicker flame lights in the bathroom.

Two create enough light to see at night and are fun to

enjoy when bathing. In the dark, the light reflects off of

the chrome and glass in the room, creating many points

of light. In my living room I created an art display with

salt rocks, flicker flames and a Dragon Lady my son gave

me.

We now have flicker flame bulbs in LED. Both LED and

Flicker flame bulbs come in standard -e26 and candelabra-

e12 light bulb bases. We have an LED bulb that has

the G4 bi-pin base to replace JC20 watt 12volt halogen

bulb.

Stop in and see Kay, the Light Bulb Lady, at Sunlan

Lighting, Inc. on North Mississippi Avenue!

Sunlan Lighting, Inc.

3901 N. Mississippi Ave.

Portland, OR 97227

503-281-0453

503-281-3408

www.sunlanlighting.com

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