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2020 Display Videos

2020 Display Videos
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Show Intro

Show Intro

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Song 1 Get Ready for This

Song 1 Get Ready for This

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Song 2 Wizards of Winter

Song 2 Wizards of Winter

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2020 Display Trivia

The lollipops are made from pool noodles, white tape and PVC.  It takes 4 pool noodles to make each lollipop.  The people at the Dollar Store could not imagine why anyone needed 40 pool noodles.

The tree on top of the house is actually made from 15 smaller trees, mounted into a wooden holder Doug made.

Traci LOVES Star Wars, so the Droids to the World inflatable had to be in this year's display.  Doug wrapped the lights around BB8 and R2D2 so it looks like they are stealing the lights.

The red and green Christmas tree is made of 28 strands of lights, 200 lights per strand = 5600 lights.  Doug usually does 2 trees, but due to other projects Doug got a little late start on this year's display so 1 tree it is!

We saw the Brain Freeze snowman and laughed our fannies off!  He was added in 2019, and we named him Bradley Brainfreeze.

The candy cane inflatable is 9 ft tall. 

The Frosty the Snowman wreath on the door Doug made in 2019.  He's the featured performer in the light show using "I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas" by The Drifters. 

The Panda and the Palm Tree (not pictured, but far left when viewing the display) is a nod to Traci's 18 years as a nationally touring comedian.  She performs a parody to Boston's song "Amanda," changing the words to "I want a Panda."  The palm tree was a gift from friends who didn't want it anymore.

There is one tiny reindeer in the display that says "The Crenshaws."  Doug puts this in his displays as a tribute to his late father, who passed in 2000.

The gum drops hanging in the trees were inspired by Busch Gardens gum drop trees.  Doug spray painted the food storage containers and plastic plates, added the lights and then glued them together to make them.