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“National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation” is a beloved holiday classic that most of us have to watch at least once every Christmas season.
And, now, “Christmas Vacation” fans can feel like the jolliest bunch of you-know-whats thanks to this line of lighted Christmas Village pieces and accessories that pay homage to the funniest Christmas movie of all time.
On Amazon for $129.99, this artist-designed ceramic house is a replica of the Griswold family home, and yes, the Christmas lights actually do work — just make sure no one goes in the garage and flips the light switch.
This hand-crafted, hand-painted house is just the beginning for those of us who want to create a “Christmas Vacation” shrine in our homes.
You can get the full “Christmas Vacation” village, including the Griswold Family Christmas van (with a tree on top, of course), the Griswold Sled Shack and, of course, Cousin Eddie’s RV!
Don’t forget figurines of your favorite “Christmas Vacation” characters to complete your miniature movie replica. For example, there is Freezing Our Baguettes Off, featuring Clark’s parents and in-laws grousing while they wait for him to turn on his Christmas lights display:
Or the Clark & Rusty Continue Tradition statuette, which shows Clark walking his son through the time-honored tradition of untangling last year’s Christmas lights.
Or how about Cousin Eddie in the Morning, which is an innocent-sounding name for the statue that depicts Eddie emptying his RV’s septic tank into the Griswolds’ sewer.
We are sorry to report that there is no Todd and Marge figurine set, and sadly no replica of their pristine 1980s home decor, but maybe next year!
Not only are these items great for decorating, but they make for wonderful gifts for any “Christmas Vacation” fan in your life.
So, who’s ready to have the hap-hap-happiest Christmas village with these Griswold family ceramics?
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