I shouldn't be pointing any fingers on this one because I have mixed results as a decorator and crafter--mostly on the down side.
My Christmas tree is not color-coordinated, does not have a theme, and some of the ornaments are 60 years old. At least. And cheap looking.
One year I tried to string the old fashioned giant bulbs around my front door frame and down the metal hand rail on the steps.
From the sidewalk it looked like someone had thrown glowing red, green and yellow eggs at the front of the house.
We stashed them back in the basement.
There was the time I shellacked chestnuts and glued them to a styrofoam Christmas tree form. It weighed about ten pounds, was out of balance, and kept tumbling over. I tossed it in the brush for the squirrels.
I'm relieved to have found proof that I am not the only member of the tackier-than-chewed-gum club.
I must applaud their effort because they are older and slower than I am.
But what were they thinkin'?