Another thing you tend to find a lot of around Christmas time (in Australia, and apart from cherries) is the Christmas beetle. Yayyy beetles! These cute beetles beetle around the east coast of New South Wales and Victoria around this time of year, being all glossy and iridescent and adorable. It is a crime they have not been elevated to some kind of official Christmas-mascot status. Why not use them to decorate your tree this year? Live decorations are so hot right now. Save a giant one for the top! (It even already has wings).
As Leighton Hewitt would say, c'monnnn!! Look at what is possible!
Seriously, we need to get our acts together and revitalise the stale tradition of Christmas tree decoration (see also ON THE SEVENTH DAY OF CRANKVENT). Why have a boring old pointy tree when you could have THIS:
God, Christmas trees are boring. Tinsel, baubles, with a star or a fairy on the top—they've been exactly the same for, like, millenia. Where's the innovation? It's time to think outside the box.
Let's hope Christmas doesn't fall on a full moon.