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Our Favorite Ginger Cottages Ornaments

We have been so excited to release our Ginger Cottages collection to you this season! When we all could use some good cheer and light, we believe our Ginger Cottages collection does just that. Hopefully you’ve explored the entire collection, and added some pieces to your Christmas decor this year. We are thrilled to show you some of our very favorites. And we don’t just have one or two. Having just one favorite is impossible.

The teeny tiny Elf Cottage is one of our most favorite Ginger Cottages ornament. It’s adorable. But, its tiny size doesn’t mean it lacks any of the sweet surprises hidden inside. The illuminated interior borrows light from a single Christmas tree bulb to reveal happy elves ready for Christmas. 

Another favorite in our Ginger Cottages collection is the Gingerbread Cottage. It’s a bigger version of the Elf Cottage, but just as adorable. It’s the cottage that started Ginger Cottage as a brand. Secrets are hidden in the bricks, multiple Santa’s are tucked away inside, and they’ve just enjoyed a fresh dusting of snow. 

The Wedding Chapel makes a great wedding gift for a newlywed couple’s first Christmas tree, and it’s one of our favorite Ginger Cottages ornaments. Love birds fly on the eaves and a happy gingerbread man is ready to greet the happy couple. A single light illuminates the chapel from within. 

The Goody Goody Gum Drop Shop is another one of our favorites. It’s as sweet as candy and features a swirly, sparkly lolly pop and green gum drop with, of course, all the surprises of a Ginger Cottages ornament. A smiling gingerbread man inside probably just enjoyed a sweet treat!

Cottages aren’t the only thing we like. Santa’s train ornaments are both nostalgic and surprising. There’s both a natural wooden train engine as well as a colored engine with a candy cane car, a toy car and a caboose. They all can be lit from within and are chock-full of secrets and delightful surprises. But don’t forget the train depot so this train knows where to stop!

We also really love our K-9 ornaments. We have 21 of our favorite breeds represented in their own dog house complete with an engine-red fire hydrant. The mini houses are illuminated from within, and we love them all. 

The Coca-Cola® ornaments are fan favorites for their classic nostalgia and vintage style. Santa is obviously fueled by a cold Coke® as it gets close to Christmas. His workshop is where the magic happens and the curious eye can catch him checking his list. There’s nothing more classic than Santa after another night delivering gifts, getting refreshed by a Coke® shown with the Travel Refreshed ornament.

We’d love to also show off our GingerBoo! collection, with Halloween coming quickly, but since that holiday doesn’t feature a tree, our GingerBoo! collection is comprised of display pieces instead of ornaments. But, just in case you’d like to build a spooky and creepy village in time for Halloween, we especially love the Haunted Mansion, the Creepy Cemetery and the Creepy Hollow.

Make Ginger Cottages a memorable part of your Christmas celebration this year. There are so many creative ornaments, all designed with hidden surprises waiting to be discovered. They are made with love and care, and will provide years of memories and delight. 

September 16, 2020 by Rachael Mitchell

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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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