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Creative Hospital Christmas Decors That Definitely Bring The Yuletide Cheer

Christmas at the hospital isn’t so bad afterall!

Sure, a hospital may not be the first thing that pops into your head when you think of Christmas. Besides, most of us prefer to spend the holidays at home with our loved ones. However, Christmases at hospitals aren’t probably as gloomy as we may imagine it to be.

Case in point, the compilation below shows us exactly how creative hospital workers can be during the yuletide season. Their DIY decorations are superbly awesome and pretty inventive at the same time!

Who would have thought that latex gloves can double as Christmas trees, right? Or that prescription bottles can be used for Christmas lights?

We’re definitely impressed with their works and yep, just go scroll down below to see for yourself:

#1. Babies in Christmas stockings. Cuteness overload!

Source: ABC News
#2. Adding a little festivity in an otherwise empty wall.

Source: Imgur
#3. As we were telling you, latex gloves can actually become a Christmas tree.

Source: Reddit
#4. Santa’s blood pack?

Source: leekiseung
#5. Prescription bottles turned into Christmas lights.

Source: Etsy
#6. Hospital wreath!

Source: FeedBlitz
#7. Kinda looks like a Christmas and Halloween décor in one.

Source: Blogspot
#8. You don’t even have to inflate the gloves.

Source: Imgur
#9. Festive pee jars.

Source: Blogspot
#10. Don’t forget to use it!

#11. DNA Christmas décor.

Source: Etsyt
#12. Dental Hygiene Christmas tree.

Source: Twitter
#13. Urinals turned into a Christmas wreath.

Source: Imgur
#14. “There are some Christmas surprises we do not want.” LOL!

#15. Nice door décor!

Source: Pinterest
#16. Rudolph in the hospital.

#17. Perhaps a reminder to stay safe from accidents during the Christmas season?

#18. Check out Santa’s beard!

Source: Blogspot
#19. Hematology Christmas Tree.

#20. “I Work At A Hospital, Merry Christmas From Us Nurses!”

Source: Reddit
#21. Rudolph the red-nosed speculum.

#22. Another take of Rudolph.

#23. White medical Christmas tree.

#24. Ruby the Reindeer

#25. Just a few gloves and decors and your Christmas tree is good to go.

#26. Hospital staff indeed loves using the speculum as a Christmas décor.

#27. Another medical-themed Christmas tree.

#28. I like this version!

#29. Pharmacy wreath.

#30. Urine bottle reindeer.

#31. It is a white Christmas indeed!

#32. That cat is a nice touch.

#33. 12 Days of Nursing Christmas.

#34. A radiographer’s Christmas.

#35. Holiday at the hospital ain’t so bad.

#36. ICU Christmas.

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