B&M Is Selling A Festive Musical Doormat Sensor
With the John Lewis advert dropping yesterday, the countdown to 25 December is well underway and for anyone who's hoping to have a bit of an OTT Christmas this year you can get your hands on a musical doormat sensor that belts out a festive favourite whenever someone steps on it.
B&M's Musical Christmas Doormat Sensor is placed under your usual doormat and will play either 'Jingle Bells' or 'We Wish You a Merry Christmas' every time it's stepped on.
Best of all, it's only £5 - so you don't need to break the bank to
annoy your neighbours get in the Christmas spirit.
A description reads: "Greet your guests with merry music!
"Place the sensor under your doormat and wait for your guests to arrive!
"When friends and family step on the doormat, they'll activate the sensor and be treated to a jolly carol or two!"
What could be better, eh?
With 2020 not going as most people planned, it seems as though folks are more eager than ever to celebrate Christmas, with some people putting up their decorations all the way back in October.
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One mum even admitted to spending two days decorating her home to ensure it looked its best for the festive period.
Kira Darkin-Dias, from Basildon in Essex, shared snaps of her unusual upside-down Christmas tree on social media where they were a big hit.
Speaking to The Sun about her topsy-turvy tree, the 26-year-old said: "I've had the upside down tree for a good few years now.
"Ever since I was little my dad used to make my Christmases so magical. He would decorate the whole house like a grotto.
"It was amazing and I still remember the excitement I used to get even to this day. I take my hat off to my dad as it always took days to achieve what he used to do.
"That's where I get my inspiration from. We always go all out on decorations when it comes to Christmas as we want it to be as magical for the kids as possible."
Elsewhere a couple in South Lanarkshire whipped up a bit of Christmas cheer after decorating their entire home in brightly coloured lights on 1 October.
Ian Cochran, 68, and wife Helen, also 68, always go all out with their deccies, but usually wait until December, however, this year they decided we could all do with a bit of a boost and put them up weeks earlier.
His display includes an inflatable snowman, a blow up Santa disappearing down a chimney, illuminated Christmas trees and, of course, a tonne of fairy lights.
Featured Image Credit: B&M
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