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Just Wait Until You See The Obamas' White House Christmas Decorations

They're picture perfect.

11/29/2016 08:58 pm ET
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Replicas of the first family's dogs, Bo and Sunny, hang out in the East Wing.

The Obamas may be preparing to move, but they’re going all out for one last Christmas in the White House. 

Per annual tradition, Michelle Obama unveiled the White House holiday decor on Tuesday during a special preview for U.S. service members. This year’s theme is “Gift of the Holidays.” Highlights include 56 Lego gingerbread houses representing every U.S. state and territory, as well as giant pom-pom replicas of the family’s two dogs, Bo and Sunny. (Story continues after the photos).

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Michelle Obama speaks during the unveiling of the 2016 holiday decorations.
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The Red Room
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The Cross Hall
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The East Wing
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Holiday decorations include Lego houses from each state.
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The Blue Room
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The North Portico

Ninety-two volunteers were on hand to help set up the decorations under supervision from White House Social Secretary Deesha Dyer. Their tasks included installing the White House Gingerbread House made from 150 pounds of gingerbread, Lego gingerbread men and giant snowmen, too. 

See more photos of the decorations below.

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The White House Gingerbread House sits in the State Dining Room.
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The State Dining Room
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The China Room
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The library
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A Lego gingerbread man in the State Dining Room
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The Center Hall

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