Merry Christmas BuzzBuzzHome readers! Are you looking for a little extra holiday cheer today? Well, you’re in luck because we’ve found a number amateur Christmas decorators who clearly have more than enough to spread around. Enjoy our curated list of the seven wildest Christmas displays we could find – from the creative to the unabashedly tacky:

Can’t compete with your neighbour’s attention-grabbing light display? Do what this woman from Arizona did. (via the Huffington Post)

Kristina Green put up a 450 light display that says “DITTO” with an arrow pointing to her neigbhour’s overly-decorated home. Photo courtesy AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin via Huffington Post.

Anybody who’s seen the MTV show of the same name might think of the Jersey Shore as a tacky place. Well, this Christmas display in the Jersey Shore neighbourhood of Wall Township will do nothing to debunk that stereotype. Set to the music of Trans-Siberian Orchestra, the show features synchronized lighting, strobe lights, lasers, fog machines and 20-foot-high flames!

GridTO says: “Benjamin Boake Trail is once again home to [Toronto’s] most outlandish Christmas-lights display.” We concur.

Christmas display in Toronto’s Benjamin Boake Trail. Photo courtesy GridTO/Jacob Rutka.

This was inevitable: Christmas lights ‘Gangnam Style.’

Putting his construction skills to use, a Seattle man managed to create the illusion that the top of his Christmas tree broke through the roof of his house. (Via Kens5.com)

This Seattle man’s Christmas tree appears to have burst through his roof. Photo courtesy Patrick Kruger via Kens5.com.

Or how about the entire residential block in Baltimore, Maryland that’s known as “34th Street.” According to Travelers Today, every house is different and some even include toy trains on rooftops and Christmas trees made from hubcaps.

Also, this Christmas tree made from Mountain Dew cans.

“Redneck Christmas Tree” photo courtesy izismile.com.

Once again, merry Christmas everyone!

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