The implementation of battery lights gives people the look they want without worrying about catching fire. They can be used alone or incorporated into existing decorations. Christmas decorations can be used in hurricane lights in the middle of a centerpiece, and tea light versions can be scattered in garlands on a mantle or in a beaded garland in the middle of a table. Small battery-operated tea lights can even be used as decorations. The flame part is a reindeer, a snowman, or even Santa's nose.
In Christmas light form, battery operation enables crafters and decorators to light their items when candles are not an option. In the case of wreaths, using a string of cordless lights is now the standard of choice. Now, without an outside outlet, homeowners don't have to run wires under their doors and worry about frayed wires, also a potential fire hazard. Instead, they can admire a bright wreath at the front door using a battery-operated lighting fixture.
Using real candles can be dangerous if knocked over. This is another great place to use battery-operated lights or candles.