Then, once Halloween is over and the spooky decorations are down, leave your LED tea-lights out.
What's good for the spooks is good for the Santa.
Now they become the gentle glow illuminating your Nativity scene, or flickering beautifully amidst your Christmas feast.
They'll grace your festive windows, their lights touching the tinsel, and dancing in the glitter of your spray-on snow-dust. From the outside, your home would look so welcoming and warm! You'll have people knocking the door, just to give you mince pies and ask where you found the fake candles.
It's not like you won't be able to find a use for them in the months between October and December. The Fall cries out for peaceful dens awash with candlelight; the winter practically demands it.
And imagine the possibilities in the bathroom. Those tranquil bubble baths, relaxing in the glow of candles that can dot your windowsill and fixtures, without setting fire to the net curtains. Though if you're going to place them on the rim of the bath, you'd probably be better off with the real thing.