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Hummingbird Ornament

$17.99

Hummingbirds live only in the western hemisphere and are prominent in many Native American legends. These tiny birds often act as intercessors between nature and the spirit world. Since their bright feathers are dazzling in the daylight, they are associated with the sun.
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Barn Owl Ornament

$18.99

Known by many names, such as Straw and Ghost, this nocturnal hunter consumes about 4 rodents a night. They mate for life, and have a distinct screech. Its powerful eyesight & sensitive hearing make the owl a successful bird of prey.
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Northern Cardinal 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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Spring Chicken Ornament

$19.99

The origin of the Spring Chicken phrase is factual; farmers found chickens born in the spring brought better prices than old chickens that survived the winter. Chickens are vital to farm life; they lay eggs, produce fertilizer and eventually sacrifice their life. These animals help farm families survive.
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Black-capped Chickadee Ornament

$13.99

Blackcapped Chickadees usually travel in groups and are cheery and sociable birds who are fearless taking on a larger bird when threatened. The Cherokee Indians considered it the bird of truth and the bringer of news. In fact, many consider its mating song the first sign of spring.
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Bald Eagle Ornament

$19.99

For centuries it was believed that the eagle could look directly into the sun and that it was reborn by diving into a fountain. Christians adopted this symbolism, comparing the eagle looking into the sun to Christ looking at His Father and the fountain as the renewal of the soul through baptism. Today, an eagle may often be spied on the baptismal fonts in older churches.
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Hen On Nest Ornament

$17.99

This Hen on Nest ornament is a beautiful symbol of the warmth and safety of home, farm, and family. Our adorable chicken Christmas tree ornament was carefully mouth-blown into a finely crafted mold; then a hot solution of liquid silver was poured inside. Finally, our hen Christmas ornament was delicately hand-painted with brightly colored lacquers and glitters for you to enjoy!
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Eagle In Flight Ornament

$19.99

For centuries it was believed that the eagle could look directly in the sun and that it was reborn by diving into a fountain. Christians adopted this symbolism, comparing the eagle looking into the sun to Christ looking at His Father and the fountain as the renewal of the soul through baptism. Today, an eagle may often be spied on the baptismal fonts in older churches.
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Pair Of Cardinals Ornament

$17.99

Symbols of happiness and joy, birds are regarded as a necessity on the Christmas Tree. The male cardinal, with his bright red coloring, is popular at Christmastime. The female s feathers are lighter and yellow-tinged. Here a happy pair symbolize togetherness at the holidays.
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Flamingo Ornament

$17.99

This traditional and beautiful glass ornament was carefully mouth-blown into a finely crafted mold. Then a hot solution of liquid silver was poured inside. Finally, it was delicately hand-painted and glittered for you to enjoy and cherish as a holiday heirloom!
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Dancing Penguin Ornament

$14.99

With their distinctive black and white coloring and awkward waddle, penguins look like little comedians wearing tuxedos. Although they live in the Antarctic, they are considered to be Santa s friends since these playful birds favor cold snow and ice.
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Hanging 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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Red-tailed Hawk Ornament

$16.99

The Redtailed Hawk is a bird of prey that ranges throughout North America. Its distinctive tail feathers are considered sacred to Native Americans and are used in costumes and religious ceremonies. As a wellknown animal on a totem pole, the hawk represents communication.
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Love Birds Ornament

$15.99

Since ancient times, doves have been considered sacred, as well as a symbols of peace. The expression "loveydovey" is applied to sweetly affectionate couples because their love is so strong that it can only be separated by death.
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Tom Turkey Ornament

$18.99

The Turkey symbolizes altruism and self-sacrifice. It is the centerpiece of today s Thanksgiving dinner, which commemorates the first Thanksgiving in 1621, when the Pilgrims and Native Americans shared a harvest meal. Ben Franklin championed the turkey as our national symbol, but the bald eagle won!
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White Crowned Sparrow Ornament

$15.99

At first glance, the white crowned sparrow appears to be a plain, unimpressive bird. But, look closely and you'll find that this bird has remarkable markings on its head and bill. Birds adorn the Christmas tree to bring the joy and hope of spring to the Christmas season.
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Great Blue Heron Ornament

$14.99

Whether flying majestically overhead or standing motionless at the water s edge, the dignified Great Blue Heron embodies grace and elegance. It is also a popular symbol of Chesapeake Bay wildlife.
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Great White Owl Ornament

$17.99

Great White Owls, also known as Snowy Owls, are usually found only in the Arctic. Shy and silent unless nesting, they are unlike other owls in that they are most active during the daytime. Depending on the season, they have different colored plumage which allows them to blend into their surroundings.
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Bright Blue Jay Ornament

$16.99

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 in times when more resourcefulness is necessary.
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Hanging Western Bluebird Ornament

$14.99

The gentle Western 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. Enjoy the beauty of birds with our adorable blown glass bluebird ornament!
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Cockatiel Ornament

$14.99

The cockatiel is a member of the cockatoo family and is a popular household pet throughout the world. Some cockatiels can be trained to repeat words, although most just whistle. Birds are a symbol of happiness and joy, making them the perfect addition to a Christmas tree.
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Blue Footed Booby Ornament

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The blue-footed booby bird is easily recognizable by its distinctive blue feet. This marine bird is found along the Pacific Ocean in tropical and subtropical regions. Males proudly display their feet while strutting before females by lifting them up and down to attract attention.
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Wood Duck Christmas Ornament

$15.99

Considered by many to be the most beautiful ducks, the brilliantly plumed male Wood Duck and the less showy female make a distinctive whistling sound. These shy, retiring water fowl live in ponds and sluggish streams surrounded by woodlands and usually nest in tree cavities.
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Hanging American Goldfinch 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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Loon Ornament

$14.99

Beautifully marked in brilliant black and white, Loons prefer secluded North American lakes and are excellent swimmers that can stay underwater for long periods. They are solitary, reclusive, and have a haunting call. To many, Loons symbolize wilderness and solitude.
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Yard Flamingo Ornament

$14.99

Blending the simple yet elegant style of art deco with the more playful and kitschy versions from the fifties, this whimsical and colorful ornament evokes the pink flamingos of the forties and fifties that continue to be popular as home and garden decor. Today, the pink flamingo has become a cultural icon.
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Pelican Ornament

$17.99

The Pelican is a symbol of Jesus per an ancient legend. During a famine, the Pelican cared so dearly for her young that she chose to give them her own blood to prevent starvation, but in turn lost her own life. The Pelican is a symbol of self-sacrifice and is used in heraldry.
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Partridge In A Pear Ornament

$15.99

In the song The Twelve Days of Christmas, the partridge in a pear tree symbolizes Christ. Years ago, the song served as a secret means of teaching English Catholics the basics of their faith which was outlawed at the time. This carol has lost many of its old connotations and is now a merry standard of the holiday season.
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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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