Sunday, December 3, 2017

Unconventional Christmas Decor to Serve Your Inner Wackiness

You're not conventional. Everybody knows that about you. So don't disappoint them, go ahead and add these three odd-ball Christmas décor items this holiday season.

Elf Leg Covers for Your Chairs or End Tables

If your goal is hearing your guests let out a belly laugh when they see what crazy décor idea you've come up with, then Elf Leg Covers should do the trick.

The set comes with four leg covers - enough to do one chair. However, they're not expensive so budget permitting, get enough to do several chairs.

If the budget allows for only one set, then you could plan to use them on a hallway end-table or an end-table that's clearly visible in a room.

When a Full Blown Santa Suit isn't in the Cards, Greet Your
A Santa Sweatshirt for the Hostess
Guests Wearing a Santa Sweatshirt

If two of you are hosting a Christmas gathering or party, greet your guests wearing these festive borderline ugly sweaters. They don't qualify as full blown ugly because, after all, they do honor the big guy.

You won't have a problem finding your size, as they range from Small to Triple X.

This sweater is a standard pullover with a round neck and cotton liner. Also, there are two convenient pockets on the side. Double check the size chart because sometimes it's better to order a size up.

A Santa Sweatshirt also makes an excellent hostess gift. It's original, funny and best of all, useful for the season.

Decorate the Toilet - Show Off Your Goofy Side
Turn the Toilet into a Snowman

Why not? Go ahead. When else do you get to decorate the toilet? Go full-on-tacky with your washroom décor. Forget classy, go for the laugh.

This funny snowman toilet accessory is just what's needed when your guests open the washroom door to do their business - snowman eyes looking right at them. A relaxed bathroom-goer is a happy bathroom-goer.

Less tension, more smiles helps to ensure everything comes out ok.

The set comes as seen in the photo: With the mat, the toilet seat cover and the tank cover. It doesn't list washing instructions, but if it were me, after the party's over, I would wash on delicate and hang to dry.

Have fun, get silly for the season!

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  1. Well, no contest hands down! As the resident 'Elf' those Elf Leg covers would be perfect for MY Christmas decor. Cute and funny holiday decor ideas for the unconventional, Barbara, as we all know you are.... LOL. Fun and interesting review for sure!

    1. Pat lmao at the Elf legs fitting your decor, no doubt it’s a match lol!

  2. I do like the idea of adding a bit of "silly" to the season! I have always like the bathroom seat covers that feature snowmen, but I have never seen the elf chair legs before. They would be a fun touch in our holiday decor. I could easily imagine my son wearing the Santa sweatshirt. It would be really cute when "Santa" was handing out the gifts from under the tree.

    1. Have to agree with you on that Santa sweatshirt too

  3. My Grandma had a Santa covering his eyes when the toilet seat was up! The Elf legs are super cute!!! I think you could cover some old tennis shoes with green felt and the legs can easily be made with any material. You can even put Velcro on it to make it easier to get on and off. I would love to make those table legs, If I do I will add it to my Tutorials on my blog! Probably for next Christmas. No time now. Super cute ideas, all! <3

    1. Sherry, you’re right those legs could easily be a DIY project, and that toilet seat cover your grandma had lmao!

  4. Cute indeed. I used to have a shower curtain with Santa and Soap Bubbles placed in strategic locations and it came out every Christmas. More than one person was found laughing out loud! Cute chair legs for sure..

    1. Olivia I almost featured a shower curtain here! Some of them are very nice and others hilarious!

  5. I love those elf legs. Now I'm feeling inspired to get a little more creative with my holiday decorating. Thanks for the fun ideas.

    1. For the inspired DIY expert those elf legs could be made for sure

  6. I join the elf leg fan club. Those are really different and fun. For sure they would start some interesting conversations among the holiday guests, as would the snowman set for the bathroom.

  7. I also love the Elf legs, I did see them last year and thought I should get them before promptly forgetting. Thank you for the reminder, they will look awesome on my dining room table.


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