Grinch Yard Art Storms the World

2014 is the year when Grinch yard art made a big splash.

Grinch Yard Art

We have a few shown on a Grinch merchandise page but the yard art is becoming so popular this Christmas season it is worth highlighting these fun items on the Grinch blog.

Keep in mind these seem to all be handmade pieces. Call the art. Due to their popularity we would not be surprised to see official Grinch yard art released next year.

In addition to the Grinch, you can pick up Cindy Lou Who and Max:

Cindy Lou Yard Art

Max Yard Art

This yard art could be made of metal, but is usually wood. Such as plywood. It is then painted or digitally printed. Either way, it is very colorful.

Again, since these are custom made items make you check the product description so you know exactly what you are buying. Each one may be slightly different.

Since they are handmade you can get the Grinch facing either direction:

Grinch Yard Art Facing Left

The yard art is typically about four feet high for the Grinch. Shorter for Cindy Lou and Max.

Here is another version:

Grinch Lawn Statue

Here is how the seller generally described the piece:

The Grinch measures 48 inches tall and 21 inches wide. He is designed to be used with a string of lights to appear as though he is stealing them. Max measures 30 inches by 14 inches They are painted on wood that is a 1/2 inch thick and made for outdoor use. It has been primed with kilz paint and then painted with acrylic paints and then sealed with 3 coats of clear coat non yellowing sealant. He is only painted on one side, the back is painted black.

And another version:

Grinch and Max Lawn Art

It has this description:

Grinch Stands 40″ tall and is 20″ wide. Max is 27″ tall and 9″ wide, both are hand cut 1/2″ treated wood. They have both been treated with UV-Resistant Clear Acrylic Coating to prevent fading and water damage.
Stakes and screws will be included for no additional cost.

As you can tell, the abilities of each artist differs.

These are a lot of fun! You will be the talk of the neighborhood.

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