Do you have to run a separate extension chord from your Christmas tree star topper to have it light up ? Many times the Christmas lights don't go end to end (plug-in to plug-in end) so to enable your topper to light up, you have to run another extension chord down the back of the tree. This INSTRUCTABLE fixes that problem.
Step 1: Five Things You Need
1) Black electrical tape
2) needle nose pliers
3) a Christmas ornament revolver / ornamotor
( these can be found in most stores for 5 $ - 10$. They usually come with special individual ornaments, in their own boxes. They allow an ornament of your choice to revolve /spin slowly)
4) Two plastic twist on connectors
5) Tree topper star that lights up ( or your choice of one)
Step 2: Simply cut, splice and tape.
(The bottom half is already designed to plug into the string of lights)
Strip the outer layer of plastic off of the wires for about a half an inch so they are ready to splice.
Discard the top half of the spinner. You Don't need it.
Step 3: Cut and strip the wires on the Tree Topper Star
Cut the two wires coming from the tree topper about 2 inches ABOVE where the plug-in is. ( this leaves you a long length of chord for convenience )
Strip the ends of both wires the same way you did the last ones.