People who managed to get their hands on this giant lad are dressing him up for the holidays and turning this Halloween decoration into a Christmas one (and also a few Thanksgiving ones).
The skeleton (a national treasure) has proven to be timeless — truly, a decoration for all holidays.
Despite the fact that he was "meant" to be an outdoor decoration, some people just decided to bring him inside (like family).
Beautiful https://t.co/Hy9J5axUo0— Cogiati Maru (@Cogiati Maru) 1605458028.0
Here we have an extremely tall Santa Claus next to a shorter Jack Skellington.
@KarenKilgariff Christmas, but make it spooky, gotta make the big guy earn his place! #12footskeleton #ssdgm… https://t.co/VO34zy4YkK— Caitlin (@Caitlin) 1605037196.0
'Tis the season to be decorated in Christmas lights and carrying a bag full of presents.
Look, that thing was like $300, by all means, you should be getting your money's worth and using him for ALL holidays.
It doesn't even need to be elaborate — just throw a Santa hat on that guy and you've got a Christmas decoration.
If all of you who bought that 12 foot skeleton from Home Depot for Halloween don't incorporate him into your Christ… https://t.co/QrHHiO9Tup— Laura 🦋 (@Laura 🦋) 1605452369.0
The regret is all too familiar to many.
@nastywomanatlaw I regret not buying a 12 foot skeleton so my son can have a friend. Photo from last Christmas bt… https://t.co/AuJonCaopl— Tsuuna or Later (@Tsuuna or Later) 1605403595.0
This skeleton is such a national treasure that he is even being celebrated in art.
#ChristmasIsComing #skeletons #12footskeleton #art #commissionsopen https://t.co/D6yeJAyB2X— Rachel Maduro🎨 commissions open🎨 (@Rachel Maduro🎨 commissions open🎨) 1605713400.0