Crowd Pleasing Officially Licensed Ornaments

Old World Christmas finds much humor and nostalgia in ornaments that look like products we use and love, which is why we have added a number of exclusive branding licenses to our collection. Our customers love the every-day items, toys, snacks, and games, that immediately spark our memories with joy. We’re excited to introduce you to these exclusive items. 


Old World Christmas has held the official licensing to Coca-Cola ornaments for a long time. Coca-Cola spans both our traditional ornament and Ginger Cottages collection with classic ornaments featuring a ruddy-cheeked Santa drinking a Coke®. The iconic Coca-Cola polar bears also have a couple ornaments, and Coke shows up in the details of a couple throwback Ginger Cottages. For glass blown ornaments, and newer to the ornament collection, we think the glass bottles of Coke® products are very refreshing. 


Who doesn’t love a Twinkie? Or at least remember eating them as a kid? We think our three Hostess ornaments are instant crowd pleasers. The perfectly pink Snoball cake with glittering filling, the classic chocolate cupcake with the swirled white frosting, and the classic yellow spongy Twinkie are sparkling fun favorites on the tree. 

Coors Light/Miller Lite

For the light beer lovers, we’ve enjoyed creating the Coors Light and Miller Lite ornaments. We’ve got bottles and six packs of both Coors Light and Miller Lite as well as some swag: a Miller Lite trucker hat for the all-in beer drinker who wants to look the part.  


Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer® debuted on TV in 1939. It has longevity, and families still gather to watch Rudolph get left out of the reindeer games. These ornaments were a joy to create, and we love the whole collection. They make their debut in the fall of 2022, and the collection features Yukon Cornelius™, Santa and Friends, Rudolph®, Rudolph® and Clarice™, and the toothless abominable snowman, Bumble™. 

Frito Lay

We’ve got two classic bags of Doritos, a brand of Frito Lay. They look real enough to want to split open and start munching. Cool Ranch or Nacho Cheese flavor, these two bags of chips will delight chip lovers. The third licensed Frito Lay ornament is a melting snowman holding a bag of Flamin’ Hot Cheetos. This crunchy collection drops later in 2022. 


We think the more seasoned generation will freak over our new Tetris™ ornament. It also drops this fall, and it harkens back to a day where our gaming systems seemed cutting edge, but they were still a bit clunky. This Tetris™ game is dropping blocks like it’s hot, can you get to level 10?


If you were a child of the 80’s we can’t wait for you to discover our Hasbro collection. A few ornaments are available now, and the rest of the collection will be available this fall, but the classic games: Simon, Trivial Pursuit, Barrel of Monkeys, toys: Lincoln Logs, Tinker Toys, and Lite Bright were in every household. Everyone should still carry their lunch in a GI Joe lunch box, and better not leave your Pound Puppy at home. The younger generation will be pleased to meet their favorite Littlest Pet Shop animal!


We’ve been honored to officially license the USPS ornaments for years. They go hand-in-hand with Christmas because of all the Christmas cards and packages that get delivered every Christmas. We love the classic, boxy mail truck and mail box ornaments, the Santa Postman as well as the USPS Snowman ornaments. Three cheers for snail mail!


Whatever you fancy, we think you’ll find it, and love it, within our licensed Christmas ornaments. It’s always fun to recreate products our customers love, and we’re proud of this group of ornaments. 

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Rachael Mitchell

Rachael Mitchell is a freelance writer based in Seattle, Washington, and has over 15 years of writing experience. She’d never be able to pick just one favorite ornament, but narrowed it down to the S’more and Tennis Ball. She always looks forward to s’mores in the summer with friends and family adding gourmet ingredients, and played 4 years of college tennis in the mid-west.

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