Miniature Christmas Ornaments
Just like the normal-sized ones but better! Sneak these Miniature Christmas ornaments onto your tree this year as a hidden surprise. They may not be the center of attention but once you find these miniature Christmas ornaments you won't be able to look away.
Harvested in autumn, ripe orange pumpkins are associated with fall holidays and festivals. For Halloween, they are carved as Jack O Lanterns. For Thanksgiving, pumpkins symbolize the bounty of the harvest and are the main ingredient of a favorite holiday treat pumpkin pie!View Product
Halloween has its origins in the ancient festival of Samhain, the Celtic New Year, when spirits were allowed to return to earth to visit. Christianity incorporated this into All Hallow s Eve, Oct. 31, prior to All Saints Day. The Irish brought Halloween to America in the 1840s, with the tradition of dressing in costumes and playing pranks in the hope of keeping evil spirits away.View Product
Despite the hardships we face in this world, there is a lot to celebrate. Commemorating events with a celebration and gift giving takes on even more meaning in the midst of heartache. We’ve generated 10 important events that should be remembered and applauded with an ornament (or two!).
Creating thoughtful and beautiful Christmas ornaments is part of the gift. It not only makes a memory, it’s a labor of love. Though, obviously, we love Old World Christmas ornaments, DIY ornament crafts look fabulous interspersed with our colorful, glass ornaments.
The history of the nutcracker is a beautiful story of human creativity from function to creativity. Today, the traditional Christmas nutcracker isn’t designed to actually crack a nut, and an entire ballet was created around this non nut-cracking figure. We have an entire category dedicated to nutcracker ornaments.