Target’s Adorable Snow Globe Lights Are BACK to Complete Your Holiday Decorating

These snow globe holiday lights are going fast! Here's what to know before you head to Target.

Even if your halls are already decked, it can be hard to pass up the seasonal decor section at Target. Shoppers are dashing through the snow to the Wondershop for hot cocoa everything—and the Dollar Spot for a new set of string lights that will put regular lights to shame. Seriously—your indoor Christmas display isn’t complete without these…

Here’s Why People Love the Lights

They’re just about the best string lights we’ve ever seen! Inside each of these LED bulbs is a green tree and snow, so it’s truly a decoration within a decoration. (Kind of like our snow globe cookies.) We’re not questioning why Target did this, because we’re so grateful they did. But how in the world did they fit a magical snowy scene into each light? It’s a true holiday miracle.

Just one look at how pretty these little lights are! You can practically see the whole Christmas village in them.

Each 2.5-foot set of lights is meant for indoor use, so we’d recommend grabbing a few strands to deck out your fireplace mantel and staircase banister.

Did you know Target has a loyalty program now? No REDcard required.

Where to Find Snow Globe Lights

Target shoppers everywhere have been flocking to stores in hopes of finding these $3 lights, and they were just as popular last year when they were $5. If you’re not already in the know, the Dollar Spot (aka Bullseye’s Playground) is typically somewhere near the entrance of your local store, so be on the lookout when you get inside.

It doesn’t appear that these are available online, so head over ASAP if you want to snag a package or two (or three). Happy hunting, Target shoppers!

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