Gingerbread House Ornaments
A popular tradition at Christmas is creating the perfect gingerbread house. At Old World Christmas our architects don’t limit themselves when it comes to gingerbread creations. We have a collection of many different types of buildings made of the gingerbread, candies, and sweets.
Gingerbread Houses depict one of the favorite traditions of the holiday season sweets! The popular custom of creating elaborate little houses made entirely out of gingerbread, candies, and sweets, started years ago and continues as a favorite holiday activity today.View Product
Nestled in quaint little villages, cottages represent the heritage and culture of the glass ornament artisans. They often created images that reflected their day to day lives. Therefore, cottage ornaments were proudly styled after the humble homes in which the glassblowers lived and worked. This adorable home is a great reminder of your first family home, even when you are far away. Ah, home sweet home!View Product
Building gingerbread houses is a favorite holiday tradition. Creating elaborate buildings from cookies, and sweets, started years ago and continues today. Standing in town squares, churches represent the heritage and culture of the people. Glassblowers often created images reflecting the lovely churches in their hometowns.View Product
Cookie and gingerbread houses depict one of the favorite traditions of the holiday season sweets! Creating elaborate and realistic buildings made entirely out of cookies, candies, and sweets, started years ago and continues as a favorite holiday family activity today.View Product
Painted in traditional red and white, the barn is found on most ranches and farms. Barns represent American country life and the traditional values of honesty, hard work and love of the land. Here the barn is depicted in special holiday fashion as a gingerbread confection!View Product
Christmas Math: How Many Ornaments Should Go on My Tree?
Old World Christmas specializes in gorgeous hand-blown glass ornaments, not math, however one equation is important to us, and we believe that math ensures a beautiful Christmas. We believe that only math can answer the age-old question of how many lights and ornaments should go on each tree.
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.