Stacey Solomon faces backlash from fans after sharing her home's Christmas transformation
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When it comes to Christmas, people are often on a sliding scale of enjoyment.
Whilst some of us find it all a bit too much and would rather ignore the festivities, others can't wait to get the tinsel up and celebrate.
Stacey Solomon definitely falls into the latter category.
First up on the 34-year-old's house tour was a Nutcracker themed entrance with - you guessed it - giant Nutcrackers standing beside the front door.
There were also more Santas than you could shake a candy cane at, as well as lots and lots of baubles.
It's a wonder that the mum-of-five found time to put the whole scene together.
I wouldn't have been surprised to see a life-sized Nativity scene set up in the living room.
As she shared the toil of her work to Instagram, Solomon wrote: "Pride of place guarding Pickle Cottage.
"All I know is it's taken me weeks to achieve but I'm so proud of our Christmas door 2023 handmade by me. Happy Sunday Everyone. Christmas is coming."
Despite her pure intentions, Solomon's attempt to spread holiday cheer was not universally welcomed.
One follower huffed: "I can barely afford to put food in my table right now so no crimbo decs here aside from last years gonks but looks amazing."
Another remarked: "It’s about the feeling and spirit of Christmas not all these new decorations each year. I'm so bored of all these extravagances."
A third questioned her taste, adding: "Sorry, don't like it - way too much for me."
A fourth agreed, weighing in: "Stacey!! A trifle overstated … just saying."
However, many rushed to Solomon's defence and complimented her craftiness.
One wrote: "Stacey has reused a lot of stuff from years before plus it’s cheap plastic buckets for the guards."
Another heaped praise onto the former X-Factor contender, gushing: "Oh my goodness this is unbelievable!"
"Talented as always," a third chimed in.
This isn't the first time that Solomon has encountered some pushback on Instagram.
In September, she hit back at critics who 'mum-shamed' her over her childrens' dinner.
She'd shared a video of a bowl of tomato soup, made from her son's homegrown tomatoes.
This provoked one person to comment: "So you fed your kid a bowl of tomato soup for dinner. Wow."
Tyla have approached Stacey Solomon's representatives for a comment.