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Monarch Butterfly Ornament
The Monarch Butterfly is the best-known butterfly in North America. These gentle and spectacular creatures are known for their long annual migration spanning from Canada to Mexico. Monarchs begin traveling south in August and return north in the spring, bringing joy, wonder and amazement to people throughout their travels.View Product
Honey Bee Ornament
Buzz! Bees hold the world together. Their cross-pollination keeps crops and wild plants thriving. These hard-workers are the only insect to produce food eaten by man, honey. It's not all sweetness; when provoked, they can deliver a sharp sting.View Product
Lucky Ladybug Ornament
Ladybugs received their name centuries ago in Europe. When farmers prayed to the Virgin Mary for help against aphids ruining their crops, their prayers were answered by the arrival of thousands of beetles. The bugs were named to honor Mary, Our Lady, and so they were called Ladybugs.View Product
Bees are very industrious, and they must work together to produce honey that insures the hive’s survival. Teams of bees build honeycombs, collect nectar and create golden honey. This glass ornament symbolizes the diligence and teamwork that are often necessary to achieve life’s great rewards.View Product
Swallowtail Butterfly Ornament
The Butterfly is a symbol of immortality. Since it evolves from egg to caterpillar to chrysalis, and then emerges as a butterfly from its cocoon, it represents the soul and the cycle of rebirth. A pair of butterflies signifies marital happiness.View Product
Fuzzy Caterpillar Ornament
Evolving from an egg and ultimately emerging from a chrysalis as a butterfly, the Caterpillar is the middle stage of metamorphosis. Caterpillars represent the power of transformation and symbolize the courage to step into the unknown.View Product
Bee Skep Ornament
A Bee Skep is a coiled straw hive that was used before today’s modern hives. Bees are very industrious, and they must work together to produce the honey to insure the hive’s survival. This glass ornament symbolizes the diligence and teamwork that are often necessary to achieve life’s great rewards.View Product
Beekeeper's Hood Ornament
Beekeeping is an ancient practice, which dates back millennia. Bees aren't naturally aggressive but they can get defensive if they think their hive is under attack. The wise apiarist wears protective clothing including gloves and a netted hood.View Product
A spider in a Christmas tree is said to bring good luck. While you may not want to find a live spider, this tarantula ornament will bring as much luck as the real spider. Tarantulas are known for making shimmering silk. Similarly, the glitter of this ornament will shimmer under the tree lights without frightView Product
Fanciful Butterfly Ornament
The Butterfly represents immortality. Since it evolves from egg to caterpillar to chrysalis, and then emerges as a butterfly from its cocoon, it symbolizes the soul and the cycle of rebirth. A pair of butterflies signifies marital happiness. This fanciful butterfly ornament would add life to any Christmas tree.View Product
Ant Habitat Ornament
A formicarium, or ant habitat allows you to observe ants in a colony. A French scientist invented the formicarium in an attempt to make a three-dimensional ant nest into a virtual two dimensions. Since 1900, scientists young and old have studied ant habitats. Don t break the glass or you ll find ants in your pants!View Product
Dainty Dragonfly Ornament
Did you know that a Dragonfly can fly both forwards and backwards, hover, and make sudden turns? With its quick darting movements, the Dragonfly appears to be a living flash of light. It is the state insect of Alaska because its flying is reminiscent of the skillful bush pilots’ maneuvers. The Dragonfly is also a wonderful symbol of change and self-realization, bringing a sense of joy and lightness to life.View Product
The Bumblebee has four lightening fast wings that flap over 200 times per second making quick work of pollinating our plants. This furry little creature is the larger cousin to the honeybee, and a cherished addition to any garden. Buzz! Buzz!View Product
In this blog post, we will delve into the history and meaning of Old World Christmas angel ornaments, showcasing their enduring appeal and the magic they add to our festive décor.
5 Creative Ways to Decorate Your Christmas Tree with Ribbon
Obviously Old World Christmas believes ornaments should always be integrated into any snappy Christmas tree design, but we also know one classic and versatile decoration that can add a touch of elegance and flair to any tree is ribbon.
Keeping Your Christmas Tree Merry and Bright: Essential Care Tips
Today we’ll explore some helpful Christmas tree care tips that can help you keep your tree looking beautiful and fresh throughout the holiday season.