Kim Zolciak Shows Off Elaborate Christmas Decorations With Help From Husband Kroy Biermann

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It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas at the Biermann residence.

Kim Zolciak took to Snapchat on Saturday to show off her elaborate Christmas decorations -- which seem to have eaten up every room in the house.

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The 38-year-old reality star took her followers from room to room, debuting her home's impressive transformation just two days after Thanksgiving.

"It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas," Zolciak sung as she turned the camera on her multiple trees and wreaths.


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The Don't Be Tardy star seems to have decorated every inch of the house, showing off stockings, lights and life-sized Santas, but gave credit where credit was due.

"I just want you guys to know that my husband has put up 99% of these Christmas decorations," she confessed. "You guys can obviously tell that I love Christmas."


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ET caught up with Zolciak last month, where she dished on how she and Biermann make it work -- and gushed about his many talents around the house.

"We're in it, you know?" she shared. "It's not really work for us. I'm very attracted to him, so that's easy. Check that off. He's really such an incredible husband. He cooks, he cleans, he helps me with my shoes, he'll fix my wig, whatever -- you name it, he does it."

"For example, if I'm doing the dishes, and he bathes the babies, and they all go to bed … then Kroy and I have the time together," she added.

"Otherwise, I would still be doing the dishes and then I wouldn't have that time with him. So, it's really important that, when the kids do go to bed we have that one-on-one [time]."

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