December 2, 2006

Christmas Decoration, how much is to much ?

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We all love to celebrate the Christmas holidays by decorating our homes and garden with all types of colorful light displays and holiday figurines. Riding through your neighborhood on a cool winter night. Checking out all of the decorative lights and front yard Christmas displays is one of the most fun things to do around the Christmas season.

But how much Christmas decoration is to much ? Many people decorate thier front lawns just to out do thier neighbors Christmas home and lawn display. Having bragging rights for the best holiday display can drive some people to spend huge amounts of money to have the best or brightest light display on the block.

A recent movie depicts just that featuring Matthew Broderick and Danny DeVito. Two of my most favorite actors in a movie called Deck the Halls. In this movie Broderick and DeVito play neighbors in a rich neighborhood trying to out do each other in creating the best, most out of this world, Christmas display. In a self made battle to have the biggest display on the block.

No matter if your into huge elaborate Christmas light displays for your home and front lawn. Or your just like to have a few lights glittering in your window sill. We have a few tips on how to decorate your front yard Christmas display without making your neighbors go. What the heck is that :) ….Read More>>>

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