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Christmas Kitsch

Holiday Fun with Kitschy Christmas Decorations


The word kitsch might have originated as a derogative, but collectors don’t care. They love the 1940s - 1960s collectibles for their campy appeal, and Christmas kitsch is among the most desirable.

Holiday decorations don’t always have to be formal. Try adding a bit of kitschy Christmas cheer to your home this season. You just may discover a new hobby -- as a devout collector.

Here are some delightful examples of Christmas kitsch:

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Fiestaware and Package ToppersPackage Toppers, Corsages, and Fiestawarekitschy stuffed reindeerStuffed Reindeer Gathered Around the Christmas TreeKitschy Christmas TreeKitschy Creature Christmas TreePixie Elves in a BowlPixie Elves
Retro Christmas MannequinRetro Christmas Glam groovy pillow and blue ornamentsGroovy Vinyl Pillow and Blue Glass OrnamentsMid-Century Modern Christmas DisplayBlue ChristmasBeauty Shop Memorabilia Dressed Up for ChristmasBeauty Shop Memorabilia Dressed Up for Christmas
Frankenstein SantaFrankensanta
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