With Christmas right around the corner, the decorations are on a full swing. While some people go all out to make sure their house is visible from the moon, some people are not that bothered. Here are some of the Christmas decorations that you might enjoy.
1. The Grinch Stole The Christmas Decorations:
Dr. Seuss probably never meant his character be used in this way. This guy was not in the mood to outdo his neighbors this year, and he came up with a really creative decoration.
2. Recycling Is The Way To Go:
We are all always going on about how we need to recycle more. This guy did just that with his Christmas decorations.
3. Who Needs Change?
This guy might be onto something here. He just bought the Christmas tree once, decorated it and preserved it. Now it can be used every year.
Not everyone wants to outdo their neighbors. Some people just copy what they do while others just put up a ditto sign.
5. Canned Decorations:
Unable to decide the decorations you need to get for your tree. Take a page out of this guys’ book as he recycles cola cans as decorations.
6. Police Spoiling The Party:
This guy did something similar to the Grinch display. As creative as it was the police asked him to take it down.
7. All You Need Is A Marker And Some Paper:
Celebrating a birthday around Christmas? Well, you can celebrate another one on the day as well.
8. It Even Smells Nice:
Unable to get a tree for Christmas but still want that tree smell. The air freshener is definitely the way to go.
It’s not easy untangling those Christmas lights and apparently, someone was not in the mood to put in the effort. At least he made the effort to put them up.
10. Santa’s Laundry:
Every kid wants the Santa to visit his house on Christmas. What is a better way to show his presence than hanging his clothes outside?
Let us know your comments what you think about these Christmas decorations.
I did that trick with the artificial tree for several years. I stored it in a spare room in our house. The kids got a kick out of showing it to their friends in July and August.