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četrtek, 16 septembra, 2021

Mum’s incredible ‘Grinchmas’ tree is so realistic it’s freaking people out

A mum created a life-sized Grinch to sit at the top of her Christmas tree by stuffing a fancy dress outfit – and others can’t wait to try their hand at making their own.

A mum who has included a life-sized Grinch as part of her Christmas tree decorations has left people both impressed and terrified with the incredible creation.

The competition for the best decorated tree is over for another year after the ‘Grinchmas’ tree was posted to Facebook , leading to almost 6,000 comments by others blown away by the ‘fantastic’ DIY job.

The perfectly decorated tree includes red, green and white baubles, striped candy canes, a gingerbread man and lights, with fake snow around the base to really give it a festive feel.

Instead of finding a star at the top, the mum created a huge Grinch with his arms and legs wrapped around the tree, and the Dr. Seuss character’s iconic green face peering over the top.

 

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