Ecotourism continues to be a very popular way to spend hard earned time and money. Everyone does it for different reasons but one of the most common reasons is getting to see animals in their natural habitat. If you watched a bison cross the road for the first time in Yellowstone or watched a sea turtle lay eggs in Cabo San Lucas you can memorialize that moment with a glass Christmas ornament from the Old World Christmas Wildlife Collection.
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.
Most Popular Old World Christmas Ornaments
How Christmas ornaments are made?
In the late 16th century, long before glass Christmas ornaments made their debut, Lauscha was famous for their specialty handcrafted glassworks, including: drinkware, flasks, bowls, beads, and glass eyes. Lauscha’s wooded landscape provided ample glass making resources of lumber, fine sand, and local limestone.
Christmas Tree Disposal For Real & Artificial Trees
Whether you celebrate Christmas with a real or artificial Christmas tree, eventually it has to come down. While there is no set day for when you should take your tree down, there are suggested ways and methods for how you should dispose of it.