People Are Turning Their 12-Foot Home Depot Skeletons into Christmas Cartoon Classics

People Are Turning Their 12-Foot Home Depot Skeletons into Christmas Cartoon Classics
Remember when Home Depot dropped the most fire Halloween decoration of all time, and we all collectively lost our shit? Well, it seems people are getting their money's worth with those 12-foot lawn skeletons and are officially repurposing the spooky boys for the holiday season.

Amid the less creative recommissions, some folks have gone to great lengths to dress their boney buddies up in cartoon Christmas classic garb — after they were briefly repurposed for American Thanksgiving, of course.

In addition to outfits that transform the looming $400 calcium cadavers into the Grinch, the Abominable Snowmonster of the North (from the 1964 classic Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer) and The Nightmare Before Christmas' Jack Skellington, the 12-footers have also been spotted donning various other Christmastime garb signalling the transition from November to December.

We're now shy of a month until the holiday season concludes, and months until Easter celebrations begin. Where the seasonal skeletons end up in the interim is anyone's guess — but we're hoping they stick around through February.

See some of the creative Christmas outfits the giant skeletons are wearing this season below.