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You Can Now Get A 'National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation' Ceramic Village

You Can Now Get A 'National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation' Ceramic Village

Recreate your favorite scenes from the Christmas classic in your own home.

If you're a fan of the film National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation and want to recreate your favorite scenes from the movie in your own home, we've got some goodies for you. Celebrate the spirit of the Griswold family's Christmas vacation by getting yourself this Department 56 Christmas Vacation Snow Village Collection. The ceramic Griswold family home is completely decked out in glowing Christmas lights too.

It's being sold on Amazon for $124. You can find also the collection from various vendors like Macy's, and even the Department 56 itself, reports Diply. Do note you'll have to buy each piece of the collection separately. We love that they even have a whole scene where Clark goes flying in his aluminium saucer!



 

Customers who bought the adorable home left positive reviews on the site. LSchmid wrote: I wanted this last year but stroke out! As soon as I saw it this year and it was on sale I bought it. Can't wait to add it to our Christmas village. MICHELLE shared: Love the Christmas Vacation Dept 56 items and this completes the house set up. Was happy to get them at a great price as I bought 2 as gifts and 1 for myself. On Amazon, the production description reads: One Christmas evening, a group of friends set off to enjoy a dinner of celebration at a small country inn nestled in a quiet river town. As they rounded a bend in the road, they saw the small, old-fashioned village decorated for the holidays. The lights, like fairies, glowed and sparkled amid the freshly fallen snow. All evening, the conversation was full of Christmas memories and the visions the tiny town had evoked. Amidst the jovial banter and magical memories, the idea for a lighted Christmas village was born. That spark of an idea became a reality when, in 1976, Department 56 introduced a series of six hand-painted, ceramic buildings. The rest is history.

Source: Macy's

If you're looking for more cute ceramic items, check out these vintage ceramic Christmas trees. Ceramic Christmas trees were popular in the late 1960s and early '70s. Like we mentioned there's a host of different types to choose from. They're now back on store shelves, as well as websites, and a lot of them come in a variety of designs to cater to the new generation. Yes, there is the classic, festive green tree but there's also a fun and quirky range of others! There's one tree in bright, bubblegum pink for those who would love a bright and happy twist. There's a rose gold version of the tree for those who appreciate a more sophisticated aesthetic. There's also a plain, pristine, snowy white version; for those who like something different but not too drastic. Which one would you choose?



 

Now if you're looking for more Griswold family-inspired decor, there's a cool inflatable RV designed to the likes of the beaten-down RV that Cousin Eddie parks outside Griswold's house for Christmas. You can get it on The Home Depot for $199. The product description reads: This 4-ft. Pre-Lit Inflatable RV Scene is festive and colorful, sure to capture the attention of any passerby. A festive way to transform your yard, this self-inflatable Christmas decoration is powered by energy-efficient LEDs to illuminate the van all season. Inflating in seconds, it deflates for easy storage. Just plug it in, stake it down and watch the magic unfold before your eyes. Use alone or combine with other inflatables for a truly impressive yard decoration. Lights up with bright, energy-efficient LED lighting. It has some impressive features, including the capacity to self-inflate in seconds for quick, easy setup. It includes stakes and tethers, deflates for easy storage, and can be used both indoors and outdoors. 



 

Also, why not get your whole family to dress up as the Griswold's to make it even more fun? Have a Merry Griswold-like Christmas!

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