There's so many ways to celebrate the spookiest time of the year. See our large selection of scary Halloween ornaments. From mini ghosts to trick-or-treat pumpkins, Old World Christmas offers the most collectible and spooky Halloween ornaments you'll find anywhere!
Since bats live in caves, which were seen as the entrance to the netherworld, they were thought to be immortal. Western belief associates the bat with Vampires, spirits who suck the blood of the living. However, in China, the bat is a symbol of long life, happiness and many blessings.View Product
According to legend, black cats have the gift of foretelling the future and seeing spirits. If a black cat crosses your path, it means bad luck. If it walks toward you, it means good luck. Thus, black cats enjoy a close association with spookiness and Halloween.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
Fixing Christmas Lights (It Can Be Done!)
You don’t have to throw out any strands, because there are ways to fix Christmas lights. If you are trying to waste less and spend less, some patience and a bit of skill will be your ticket to strand after strand of working Christmas lights. Once you’ve mastered the lights, make sure you have the perfect light and ornament-to-tree ratio for the most beautifully decorated Christmas tree on the block.
Christmas Shopping Guide for Teens
The key with Christmas shopping for teens is pre-shopping research to know some specifics. They all have screens, so which ones, which model, which brand. Armed with this information you won’t feel like you’re swimming with the sharks.
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.