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Large Red Cardinal Ornament

$14.99

Birds are symbols of happiness and joy, and so they are regarded as a necessity on the Christmas Tree. Glassblowers often kept wild birds during the winter months since the sound of the gas flame in the workshop prompted the birds to sing. Then when spring arrived, the birds returned to freedom.
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Baby Bluebird Ornament

$12.99

The gentle Bluebird is considered to be a symbol of happiness and fulfillment. Bluebirds were once quite common, but are becoming more rarely seen. Folklore says when a bluebird is spotted, it is a reminder to enjoy and appreciate your blessings.
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Pheasant Ornament

$17.99

Birds are symbols of happiness and joy, so they are regarded as a necessity on the Christmas tree. Glassblowers often kept wild birds during the winter months since the sound of the gas flame in the workshop prompted the birds to sing. Then when spring arrived, the birds returned to freedom.
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Bright Blue Jay Ornament

$14.99

Blue Jays are noisy, fearless and energetic. They are talented in cleverly surviving with the least amount of effort. The crest on their heads symbolizes higher knowledge, which must be focused to be helpful. Blue Jays serve as harbingers of times when more resourcefulness is necessary.
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Clip-On Western Bluebird Ornament

$14.99

Our little Western Bluebird with Clip is a symbol of happiness and fulfillment, as well as a reminder to be grateful for your many blessings! Bluebirds were once quite common, but are becoming more rarely seen. Take a moment to recall the beauty of birds with our adorable blown glass bluebird ornament!
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Robin Ornament

$13.99

According to legend, robins acquired their red breasts on the first Christmas. A robin saw the Christ Child shivering as the fire began to die, so the bird flew close to the embers and began fanning them with its wings. As the fire began to burn more brightly, its heat burned the compassionate robin s breast and turned it red.
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Pygmy Owl Ornament

$16.99

Owls are symbols of wisdom because they look so serious and thoughtful. Since they can see in the dark, they represent seeing through the darkness of ignorance. Despite its small size, the Northern Pygmy Owl is quite fierce and will attack prey or drive off intruders several times its own size.
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Clip-On American Goldfinch

$14.99

Birds are symbols of happiness and joy, so they are regarded as a necessity on the Christmas tree. Glassblowers often kept wild birds during the winter months since the sound of the gas flame in the workshop prompted the birds to sing. Then when spring arrived, the birds returned to freedom.
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Purple Martin Ornament

$12.99

Birds are symbols of happiness and joy, so they are regarded as a necessity on the Christmas tree. Glassblowers often kept wild birds during the winter months since the sound of the gas flame in the workshop prompted the birds to sing. Then when spring arrived, the birds returned to freedom.
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Clip-On Hairy Woodpecker Ornament

$17.99

The lively and noisy Hairy Woodpecker is found almost everywhere. They eat harmful insects that they locate by feeling the vibrations that the moving insects make in the wood. So, these beautiful woodpeckers are beneficial to man by helping to save fruit trees and forests.
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Cheery Chickadee Ornament

$14.99

Birds are symbols of happiness and joy, so they are regarded as a necessity on the Christmas tree. Glassblowers often kept wild birds during the winter months since the sound of the gas flame in the workshop prompted the birds to sing. Then when spring arrived, the birds returned to freedom.
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Baltimore Oriole Ornament

$12.99

Birds are symbols of joy and happiness so they are regarded as a necessity on the Christmas Tree. With its striking orange and black plumage, the Oriole is a favorite among birdwatchers and is eagerly awaited each spring migration.
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Nuthatch Ornament

$14.99

Nuthatches have the unusual ability to climb down trees head first. They are generally omnivorous and have strong bills. When Nuthatches gather nuts and seeds, they jam them into tree bark, and hammer or "hatch" the food open with their bills.
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Wren Ornament

$12.99

Birds are symbols of joy and happiness, so they are regarded as a necessity on the Christmas Tree. Glassblowers often kept wild birds during the winter months since the sound of the gas flame in the workshop prompted the birds to sing. Then when spring arrived, the birds returned to freedom.
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Northern Flicker Ornament

$16.99

Birds are symbols of happiness and joy, so they are regarded as a necessity on the Christmas tree. Glassblowers often kept wild birds during the winter months since the sound of the gas flame in the workshop prompted the birds to sing. Then when spring arrived, the birds returned to freedom.
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Indigo Bunting Ornament

$13.99

Birds are symbols of happiness and joy, so they are regarded as a necessity on the Christmas tree. Glassblowers often kept wild birds during the winter months since the sound of the gas flame in the workshop prompted the birds to sing. Then when spring arrived, the birds returned to freedom.
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Stylized Blue Jay Christmas Ornament

$12.99 $6.49

Blue Jays are noisy, fearless and energetic. They are talented in cleverly surviving with the least amount of effort. The crest on their heads symbolizes higher knowledge, which must be focused to be helpful. Blue Jays serve as harbingers of times when more resourcefulness is necessary.
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Sea Gull Ornament

$13.99

The graceful Sea Gull is commonly found near shorelines around the world. Gregarious and elegant, it enchants us with its intricate flight. A flock of gulls serves as a beacon to fishermen when they congregate and hover over fish in the sea below.
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Christmas Bird Ornament

$11.99

Birds are symbols of happiness and joy, and so they are regarded as a necessity on the Christmas Tree. Glassblowers often kept wild birds during the winter months since the sound of the gas flame in the workshop prompted the birds to sing. Then when spring arrived, the birds returned to freedom.
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Baby Chick Ornament

$9.99

Birds are symbols of happiness and joy, so they are regarded as a necessity on the Christmas tree. Glassblowers often kept wild birds during the winter months since the sound of the gas flame in the workshop prompted the birds to sing. Then when spring arrived, the birds returned to freedom.
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Clip-On Fairy Wren Ornament

$14.99

Birds are symbols of happiness and joy, so they are regarded as a necessity on the Christmas tree. Glassblowers often kept wild birds during the winter months since the sound of the gas flame in the workshop prompted the birds to sing. Then when spring arrived, the birds returned to freedom.
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Barn Swallow Ornament

$14.99

The barn swallow is the most widespread species of swallow in the world. It is distinctive by its blue upperparts, a long, deeply forked tail and curved, pointed wings. Barn Swallows live in Europe, Asia, Africa and the Americas. Birds are symbols of happiness and joy, and bring this spirit to the Christmas tree.
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Magnificent Peacock Ornament

$22.99

The peacock's grandeur and stateliness are the reasons for its association with royalty. It was believed to guard the Tree of Life, therefore, kings sat upon thrones decorated with peacock motifs. Additionally, the elegant peacock represents beauty, prosperity, love, compassion and peace.
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Sparkling Snowbird Ornament

$12.99

Birds are symbols of joy and happiness, and so they are regarded as a necessity on the Christmas tree. Glassblowers often kept wild birds during the winter months since the sound of the gas flame in the workshop prompted the birds to sing. Then when spring arrived, the birds returned to freedom.
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Miniature Lovebird Ornament

$9.99

Birds are symbols of happiness and joy, and so they are regarded as a necessity on the Christmas Tree. Glassblowers often kept wild birds during the winter months since the sound of the gas flame in the workshop prompted the birds to sing. Then when spring arrived, the birds returned to freedom.
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Resting Cardinal Ornament

$15.99

As symbols of happiness and joy, birds are regarded as a necessity on the Christmas Tree. With its bright red plumage, the cardinal is very popular at Christmastime. This little bird is resting a moment to appreciate the joy and beauty of the holidays.
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Forest Finch Ornament

$11.99

Birds are symbols of happiness and joy, and so they are regarded as a necessity on the Christmas Tree. Glassblowers often kept wild birds during the winter months since the sound of the gas flame in the workshop prompted the birds to sing. Then when spring arrived, the birds returned to freedom.
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Red-winged Blackbird Ornament

$14.99

One of the most abundant birds across North America, the Red-winged Blackbird is a familiar sight atop cattails, along roadsides, and on telephone wires. Males have scarlet and yellow shoulder patches they can puff up or hide depending on how confident they feel. In the North, their arrival song is a happy indication of spring.
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A Quick History on Christmas Ornaments


Christmas ornaments all started in Germany around since the 16th century. There they used apples to represent the tree of the forbidden fruit as discussed in the Bible. They later evolved into wafers, candles and pastries in the shape of angels, flowers, hearts and stars. Today the same shapes are still present in Christmas ornaments and they have evolved into much more. Ornament companies are more creative and looking to create unique Christmas ornaments to set themselves apart from the rest, and to help people like you put their own personalized twist to their tree. If you’re interested in more history of ornaments, check out our post on why Christmas trees have ornaments.

Looking for a Christmas theme this holiday season?

Christmas is all about themes, and it all starts with the ornaments. Whether It’s a traditional theme or something near and dear to your heart, choosing a theme with colors and ornaments is a great way to get into the holiday spirit. Your tree should be the center of your theme, then all other decorations should follow. Adding things like ribbon, flocking and lights are great additions and ways to show off those beautiful Christmas tree ornaments.

Deck the Halls with Pet Ornament Themes

Pets are a part of the family. Whether they have since past or are still spreading joy to the family, having an ornament of them is a great way to symbolize them. We have a great selection of both cat Christmas ornaments and dog Christmas ornaments, as well as any other pets you might have in our animal ornament page.

Time-Honored Christmas Themes

You can’t go wrong with a traditional themed Christmas ornament. They are something everyone will love and there are so many options to choose from. From Santa to Snowman to a nativity scene to a gingerbread house, Christmas themed ornaments are perfect for any Christmas tree.

Many Enjoy Angel Ornament Themes

Angels has been one of the classic toppers for many years, but they can also be great ornaments. These stoic guardians are perfect for any tree and we have a wide selection of colors and sizes to go with any color scheme you have going. Make an angel Christmas ornament a part of your tree this year.

Ornaments Can Go on More Than Just Christmas Trees

Christmas ornaments today are more than just for your tree. Snow globes are festive, and ornaments can be hung around the house. We have great selection of ideas for other uses around the house, such as hanging them on hooks and stands or on wreaths. If you’re looking for more ideas on where to hang Christmas tree ornaments for the season or for all year round check out our post which details our top 6 ways to display Christmas ornaments all year.

Hanging Christmas Ornaments Throughout the House

When the tree overflows hanging Christmas ornaments, ornaments hooks and stands are the next best thing. Whether it’s one ornament in particular you want to show off or a specific theme you’re going for you can use these to represent that perfectly. Christmas ornaments can also be hung year-round with these hooks and stands.

Holiday Snow Globes

It’s believed that Snow globes were originally create as a replacement to paper weights. Today they have become perfect decoration found on mantels, tables, windowsills, desks and anywhere they can be admired. They also make great gifts and collectibles. Check out our selection and add a beautiful, new addition to your decorations.

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