Top 10 Worst Christmas Tree Decorations in History

Top 10 Worst Christmas Tree Decorations in History

Decorating the Christmas tree is a tradition loved by people all over the world. Whether you choose to have a classic tree with the old traditional ornaments, or you’re aiming for a modern reinterpretation, you need to pay attention to what decorations you’re using. Today we are going to focus on the worst Christmas tree decorations you could use. Make sure you avoid them!

Worst Christmas Tree Decorations to Avoid

1. Christmas Tree Hat

We know, a hat isn’t a Christmas decoration. However, this one could be, if you’re adventurous enough. Just as the name says, it’s a Christmas tree hat with bright and colorful tinsel, which also lights up. It runs on batteries and it costs almost $12 on Amazon on sale. Some people might think it looks great to have a mini Christmas tree under or even in the original one. However, don’t do that. It will look kitschy and you certainly don’t need to spend money on that.

2. Santa Yoda

You may be a Star Wars fan, but Santa Yoda sounds just like the perfect example of the worst Christmas tree decorations. Having a green Yoda dressed in a Santa suit, with a Santa hat on his little green head is not at all what you’d expect to find in a Christmas tree. Bonus, it also carries a bag with gifts on its back. Even though it may seem remotely funny, it’s a total no-no when it comes to decorating the Christmas tree. It is quite expensive, but you can find it and order it online easily.

3. Santa and Wine

This Santa on wine barrel ornament can be used as a fun gift for someone you dislike. It measures only 4 inches, so you can hide it well in your Christmas tree if you’re keen on hanging it there. It’s made of polyresin and it costs $11.39 on Amazon. However, if you decide to order it online, you should hurry because it seems it will be a success. Or not.

4. Acrylic Wine Bottle Ornaments

We couldn’t go on without list of the worst Christmas tree decorations to avoid without mentioning the wine bottle ornaments. Designed and manufactured by Kurt Adler, they’re made of acrylic. You only need to pay $9.77 for 4 pieces to hang them in your Christmas tree this year. However, we don’t recommend that. Though they look cute in a weird way, they’re not quite appropriate for hanging in a tree. Alternatively, you can give them to someone you don’t like as a Christmas gift.

5. Rubber Duckie Christmas Nativity Scene

Yet another suggestion you should totally avoid this Christmas is a Nativity scene made of rubber ducks. The set contains 12 pieces that are made to resemble the Biblical characters. As such, you will receive Jesus, Mary, and Joseph, the wise men, an angle, a shepherd, together with a donkey, a sheep, a horse, and a cow. All of them look like rubber ducks that received costumes and makeovers to resemble the characters. Luckily, they are available on Amazon, so you should hurry to order a set if you haven’t already.

6. Christmas Story Leg Lamp

If you are a fan of the Christmas Story, then you’re probably familiar already with the leg lamp. Once loved, now hated and seen as a kitsch, it served as inspiration for this string lights. You can order your own box on Amazon and you’ll get an 8-foot strand of 10 miniature leg lamps. Each of them has a decorative light bulb, meant as a replacement for the traditional Christmas lights. They have male and female ends, so you can string together as many as you want. However, we wouldn’t recommend it, unless you’re participating in the ugliest Christmas tree competition.

7. Farting Reindeer Ornament

A farting reindeer ornament couldn’t miss our list of the worst Christmas tree decorations ever. The Tootin Tushies Farting Reindeer Ornament is a bold choice if you’re interested in adding wacky ornaments to your Christmas tree this year. The best (or worst) part about it is that it farts a Christmas tune. So if you want to hear Deck the Halls, Tis the Season to Be Jolly, or other carols from a reindeer’s bottom, it’s a perfect choice.

8. Tootin Santa Farting Santa Butt

If you loved (or hated) the previous reindeer idea, you should also know that there exists a Tootin Santa Farting Santa Butt decoration. It sings Deck the Halls and it comes together with the batteries. Though it may be a fun item, it’s not suitable for the Christmas tree for reasons that are rather obvious. Try to avoid it as much as possible, especially if you have kids around the house. However, you can keep this idea in mind for a fun gift.

9. Yeti Holiday Ornament

Perhaps the worst of the worst Christmas tree decorations is the Holiday Yeti Ornament. It is a Yeti figurine with Christmas lights on it and a Santa hat. It’s hand cast with crushed stone and resin. The producers advertise it as one-of-a-kind and, indeed, we must agree on this one. Though it may be appropriate for other occasions, it is certainly not that suitable for a Christmas tree. Although we don’t want to influence your decisions.

10. Squirrel in Underpants

The last entry on our list of the worst Christmas tree decorations in 2017 is this squirrel in underpants. The squirrel may look cute as such, but the underpants change it altogether. No pair of underpants is suitable for a Christmas tree, not to mention that squirrels have nothing to do with the winter holidays. Okay, there might be an exception here, especially if you love squirrels so much.

To sum it up, these are the 10 worst Christmas tree decorations you can run into this holiday season. Though they might steal a smile from you since they’re funny and crazy, think twice before deciding to hang them in your tree. Just imagine the look on your relatives’ face if they see a squirrel in underpants in your tree.

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