Twelve Tacky Days of Kitschmas - This is my rendition of the Twelve Days of Christmas, using nothing but my fabulous tacky treasures. >> more
Barfing Rudolph Sweatshirt - Kaycee's got a hot glue gun, and she isn't afraid to use it! It looks like she's commemorating the time that Rudolph got into Santa's bag, and ate too much. >> more
Santa's Outhouse - Santa has a workshop, why not an outhouse? If only he could keep those rascally reindeer from playing pranks on him while he's in there trying to do his business. >> more
Tacky Christmas Gift Bag - It doesn't look tacky when you look at it from this angle. But when you turn it to the side, it reminds me of something else, that is not necessarily so Christmas-y.
Billiard Ball Christmas Ornamants - When I think about Christmas traditions, playing pool is not one of the activities that springs to my mind. But who am I to knock someone else's traditions (unless they are tacky)?.
Duck Nativity Scene - Everything's ducky, here in Bethlehem,
from the Holy Family of Mary, Joseph, and the Baby Jesus to the Three
Kings bearing rubber gifts. >> more
Girl and the Gingerbread Man -This is about the tackiest Christmas
ornament I have ever seen. >> more
Peppermill - I usually don't include kitsch from religions
outside the broad spectrum of Christianity. >> more
Reindeer - What can I say? This tacky treasure speaks for itself.
It dispenses small, brown candies from, well, surely you can imagine.
Snowman - Don't let the pure whiteness of this fellow fool
you; those aren't snowballs piled up next to him. >> more
Piñata - Yes, nothing says Christmas like taking a swing
at Santa's head with a wooden stick. >> more
Santa - His cheeks are red! >> more
Pin - I'm not a Scrooge, really. I just get tired of Christmas
carols by Thanksgiving, especially after they've been playing everywhere
since right after Halloween. >> more
Miracle on 34th Street - You stroll down Chestnut Avenue, and
take a left on 34th Street, and suddenly evening turns to almost day.
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