There aren't very many people who haven't seen inflatable decorations during Christmas or Halloween. As you go about your holiday shopping or are out in your neighborhood, you will often see large Santas waving as you pass by. You will see his large frame sitting in his sleigh, coming out of the chimney, standing with Mrs. Claus. Also you can find magical scenes from the Nutcracker, or the Nativity. During Halloween you will see an array of inflatable Jack O'Lanterns or Headless Horseman menacing a front lawn. The humorous, the inspirational and the macabre may be gracing the front lawn of your neighbor's home. These fun, scary or creative ornaments can be found online or locally.
These decorations are now powered by electric pumps. This pump is similar to the types you will use to inflate a large mattress. This strong fan, with a nozzle that attaches to the valves on the decorations, will pump them up in just a few minutes. The pump fills the decorations with plain old air until it becomes full size. The decorations are then secured to the ground with stakes and tied down. If the thought of using your lungs to fill these up scares you, don't worry. They are not going to exhaust you.
These holiday decorations can be a major focal point for any area of your home. Decorate the top of your roof, lawn, or driveway. Made from super strong material, they can endure most extreme weather conditions. Although as temperatures go up and down, it will cause the decoration to lose air and make Santa's head drop. Don't fret, however, as a quick pump of air will restore him to his full height once again. Also there are cute inflatable trees for Christmas you can put in the home. Obviously you can't decorate these like a live tree, but they can be a nice addition.
Of course, you may want the whole neighborhood to see this spectacular display so the can be very large. An inflatable decoration could get taller than trees. It is not uncommon to see 10 foot tall candy canes and large monstrous penguins. Along with their enormity, these inflatable decorations can have lights attached to them which make them a spectacle both day and night. After the holidays, you can store them for next year by simply deflating them and putting them in a safe place.