Christmas Tree Ornaments
Shop our entire selection of mouth-blown, hand painted Christmas ornaments! Use the filters below to sort by best selling or to narrow your options down by product category. Each of our over 1,500 ornaments comes with a unique story about the ornament. With over 40 years of experience, our customer service is second to none. If you can't find what you're looking for, reach out to us and we'll take good care of you!
This furry little rodent makes a delightful solitary pet for the night owl in your family. Hamsters prefer to be alone and spend most of the day snoozing. But when the sun goes down, they are ready to run on their wheel! They are friendly, furry critters and are great for folks living in small spaces.View Product
Here is the happiest piggy on the farm. Slathered from snout to tail in mud, this piggy encourages us to indulge and enjoy the splendid season. Pigs are symbolically known to bring prosperity and good luck, so joyfully hang this piggy in a puddle on the Christmas tree.View Product
Quarter horses are a common horse breed in America. Exceptionally versatile, they are easy to train and are adopted as pets, compete in rodeo events or as a cowboy s transportation for gathering livestock. No matter the use for a quarter horse, the common theme is that they provide a special kinship to their rider.View Product
What to Get Your Husband For Christmas
Husbands are hard to shop for. They deserve the best, but what to buy your husband for Christmas? It’s every wife’s dilemma. Obscure tools or trinkets they probably buy for themselves, clothes are either an insulting gift (clothes are boring!) or too hard to shop for (he only likes a certain brand and style!) and you’re left wondering “what could I possibly buy him this Christmas that he will know he is loved and appreciated?”
The Snow Globe: The Prettiest Christmas Mistake
Snow globes are magical. They are simple, calming and beautiful, and the first snow globe was invented on accident by an Austrian man looking for a little bit more light.
Why is Christmas on December 25th?
The most wonderful time of the year will be upon us in no time. Even though we might still be deflating the pool floaties and stashing away the sunscreen collection, we detect a slight shift to cooler morning temperatures indicating that a change is right around the corner. Christmas is a bright light in the middle of a dark, cold winter, but why is Christmas on December 25th? What happened on that day and why does it get celebrated by so many?