Christmas decorations aren’t a new thing.
In fact, they’re one of the most popular Christmas gifts on the market.
It’s a tradition that’s made the holiday season more festive, and even more fun for everyone involved.
Here’s a look at the Christmas decorations we know about.
A Christmas tree, a Christmas tree in the shape of a Santa Claus, and a Christmas light, all of which were originally designed by famed architect Robert Foster.
This one is by the same person who designed the iconic Disney Christmas tree.
The one above has an LED Christmas tree and a Santa hat.
While the first one was made for a school, this one is a Christmas gift for a friend.
It’s by a man named Mike, who is the creator of the “Mikey, Mikey” Christmas light in Disney’s “Aladdin.”
This is a “Dumbo” lamp, which was originally a gift to his father, a doctor, in the early 1980s.
It was designed to be a Christmas lamp, and was given to him by his father after he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease.
An ornament from a car.
If you were wondering how to decorate a Christmas car, this is a great starting point.
The decorations were originally inspired by the original car seen in the film, “Carol of the Bells.”
Another of these Christmas car decorations.
What do you think?
Are you happy that your Christmas decorations are inspired by movies, TV shows, or even real life?
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