This is the Christmas 2015 version of what has become our traditional Christmas yard display at the Johnson household. We call it "White Trash Christmas".
The tree is something I built for the City of McGregor some years ago, something I call the "Iron Christmas Tree". The city doesn't use it anymore, so we do. It erects easily, but knocks down to store in a very small space. I made it out of rebar and all-thread rod, plus some odds and ends for fittings.
The Santa-and-reindeer paraody is a cheap plastic Santa with a light inside, using a wheelbarrow as his sleigh, and a garbage bag in an old steel trash can as his bag of toys. The reindeer team is a set of plastic lawn flamingoes with pipe-cleaner "antlers", all lit up internally, and all "hitched" to the "sleigh" with yellow caution tape.
You'll notice there are 10 flamingoes, not eight. The lone leader is "Rudolph", followed by four pairs for eight, all named as in the poem, and a lone follower named "Bambi". I haven't figured out yet how to give "Rudolph" a glowing red nose (beak).
This display has been our yard decoration since about 1997 or 1998. It has taken multiple forms over the years, but this seems to be the funniest. I hope you like it as well as we do.