Nov. 10, 2008 -- Thanksgiving may still be a few weeks away, but it's already beginning to look a lot like Christmas.
Already, "Good Morning America" is preparing to decorate its Times Square Studio windows. This year Kansas City, Mo., Atlanta and Denver serve as themes for our holiday windows. We'll unveil them from Dec. 3 to Dec. 5.
We'll also be lighting up America by flipping the switch on holiday lights in different regions. And as we get ready for the holidays, we want to see what you're doing too. How are you decorating your home this season? Click here to show "GMA" your unique, extravagant holiday lights. Help us light up America.
And check out our decorations and themes from last year below.
Holiday Train Show in Times Square
After two busy months of building and preparing, "Good Morning America" unveiled the installation of its new "extraordinary holiday windows." The theme was borrowed from the New York Botanical Garden Holiday Train Show.
The Botanical Garden installed a traditional Victorian scene of New York in wintertime, complete with an antique trolley running through it, to kick off the new "GMA" holiday tradition.
Both beautiful and eco-friendly, it included more than 140 replicas of New York landmarks created from plant materials, such as leaves, seeds, twigs, bark, gourds and pine cones.
Windy City Hits Times Square
Chicago was the second window "GMA" unveiled during the 2007 holiday season. The window brought a slice of Chicago to New York.
The Chicago Convention and Tourism Bureau created a traditional winter scene with more than 20 Chicago vignettes captured as they would look during the holidays.
The display featured ice skaters in Millennium Park along with iconic Chicago sights, such as Michigan Avenue and State Street, the John Hancock Center, Old Water Tower Place, the Sears Tower and the Art Institute Lion.
The Big D Does the Big Apple
For two months, designer Brad Oldham oversaw the construction and decoration of "Good Morning America's" Dallas-themed holiday window.
Designed in coordination with the Dallas Convention and Visitors Bureau, the display aimed to bring some of the city's urban cowboy and Southwestern style to the Big Apple. The famed Dallas Cowboy cheerleaders helped usher in the third and final city to create a holiday display for "Good Morning America."