What’s on your wish list for the holidays?

There’s no denying the holiday season has been an overwhelming success for many, but there’s also a few items on your list that have never been done before.

Some of them, you might think, are the hottest things to do this year.

But what about the ones you may not even know exist?

For that, we’ve rounded up the top 10 most popular holiday traditions and picked the most popular programming to celebrate them.

Here are the ten most popular traditions, sorted by popularity.

For the most part, the top ten traditions are pretty similar to what you’d expect, but some of the most interesting trends are scattered throughout the list.

In addition to the above, we also included a list of the top 25 movies, TV shows, and music videos, which is a little more extensive than this list.

If you’re looking for something a little different, there’s a lot to choose from.

Below are a few more items from the list that we hope you’ll enjoy.

Happy holidays!

Read more about our list below:10.

Hilarious Christmas Tree- A great way to celebrate Christmas is to build a great Christmas tree, and the Hilariously Christmas Tree is the perfect way to do that.

Each year, a group of friends build the tree with Christmas-themed materials and decorate it with Santa-themed goodies, such as red bows, presents, or even a Christmas tree.

The tree is then hung up in the family’s living room, and guests are encouraged to decorate their own tree to match.

It’s the perfect holiday gift for your family, friends, and neighbors.

(via Entertainment Weekly)9.

Holiday Tickle- You know when you’re a little bit of a snob when it comes to the holidays, and this one is no exception.

With the exception of a little holiday gift, there aren’t many holiday traditions that you can do without.

But with the Hairy Holiday Ticker, you can make a whole lot of snobbery, by giving your little ones a special gift.

They can have a giant, glowing, snuggly snowman, a giant ice sculpture, or a giant holiday tree that they can climb.

(source Entertainment Weekly, Hairy, Holiday Tree)8.

Tiki Christmas- The holidays are right around the corner, and many people are planning for the best time of year to get their decorations out for the new year.

But if you’re in the mood for something more special, this year you can decorate your own holiday tree in a different way.

You can decorating the tree as a traditional Tiki-themed Christmas tree with a big bowl full of goodies.

You also can add a special face to your tree, such a Mickey Mouse or Snow White.

(Source Entertainment Weekly).7.

Santa’s House- Santa’s house is one of the biggest holidays traditions in the United States.

While most people celebrate the Christmas season, there are a lot of people who want to celebrate the holidays at home.

Whether it’s by getting a Christmas gift, building a snowman to put in the fireplace, or decorating their own home, it’s never too early to decorating your home with the decorations of your favorite characters.

(Disneyland, Santa’s, Home of the Holidays)6.

Santa Claus: The Holiday Show- Santa Claus is the holiday star of all the shows, whether it’s the Christmas variety show, The Christmas Tree Singing Show, The New Year’s Eve Singing show, or The Christmas Spectacular.

This year, he’s got an even bigger part in the show than he did in previous years.

The New Years Eve Singers will bring Santa’s voice to the stage, and they will be joined by guests such as Bill Murray and the entire cast of Seinfeld.

(CBS, The Santa Show)5.

Christmas with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge- The Duchess of Cornwall and Duke of Edinburgh will be the guests of honor at the official Christmas Eve Celebration at Buckingham Palace.

The Queen will be making a speech at the event, and you can join in with the festivities in the front row.

(BBC, Christmas with The Duke and Duke)4.

Christmas at Disney Springs- This year Disney is hosting its own version of the Disney Parks Christmas Eve Parade, where you can get a sneak peek of the new Mickey Mouse and the Beanstalk at the Walt Disney World Resort.

It also means you can spend your own day in the park.

(The Walt Disney Company, Mickey Mouse & The Beanstalker, Disney Springs, Disney Magic)3.

Santa on the Parade- If you live in Orlando, Florida, then you’ll be happy to know that Santa Claus and his merry sleigh will be on parade on November 3.

You’ll be able to ride in his sleigh and be a part of the fun, but you’ll also be able get a special treat to commemorate the occasion.

Santa will be joining the other Disney characters

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