Add this quirky and whimsical collection inspired by the classic story "Grinch Who Stole Christmas" to your Christmas decor this year to make it more colorful and fun.
If you're the type of person to go all out for holiday season decoration, then you need this Grinch Village to complete your Christmas decor. There is nothing else that could make Christmas more special than a replica of the Grinch universe, where the green creature who despised the holiday so much he tried to steal it, went on to love it so much that our hearts just grew three sizes.
This Department 56 product is based on Dr. Seuss' story, "How the Grinch Stole Christmas." The whimsical collection is inspired by the classic story and includes pieces from it including Mt. Crumpet, Cindy-Lou's house, other landmarks from Whoville, and even the Grinch's dog, Max.
You can pick and choose the pieces you want to include in your decor since these pieces are sold separately.
The collection also features pieces inspired from iconic scenes from the story like when the Grinch dresses up Max as Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer to lead his sleigh that he uses to steal presents, the time the Grinch's heart grows three sizes after realizes the spirit of Christmas and he decides to return the Christmas gifts he had earlier stolen, and even the wonky Christmas trees.
To really capture the true essence of Whoville, in addition to Cindy-Lou's house, there are other buildings like the Who La La Boutique, which is presumably the source for all the eccentric hairstyles of the Whovillians, the Who-Ville Ornament Shop, which is probably where the Whos got all their outrageous decor from, and it would not be complete without the archway that announces the entry into Whoville that the friendly people of the town put up.
To tie all of these pieces together there's also the tiny and cute detail of wacky mailboxes where the people of Whoville get their mail and, of course, the people of the town seen decorating the Christmas tree as well as the Whoville baker who is sharing a slice of his four-layer cake with a Whoville girl.
There's even a piece where the Grinch is helping Cindy-Lou put up an ornament on a Christmas tree.