You might remember from my post last year that I have a problem with buying Christmas ornaments for my tree and as gifts for others. My first purchase this year was made while the Halloween candy was on the shelves. (In fact, it might have just hit the shelves.) And though I told myself that this first, early purchase would be the last for myself for the year, I have since purchased at least four other ornaments (though some might be turned into gifts).

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Here are the ornaments that I like the best from my searching this year. Some are handmade, some from local shops, others from some bigger names. Many are animals (of course), a few have a retro feel, some are shiny, and others are white like snow. All of them would be welcome to hang on my tree.

  1. Handmade Owl Ornaments (from oktak)
  2. Santa Kitty Embroidered Christmas Ornament (from The Merriweather Council)
  3. Felted Wool Cupcake Ornaments (from Made in Lowell)
  4. Goody Gumdrop Shop Christmas Village Ornament (from the Christmas Spirit Shop)
  5. Porcelain Woodland Sitting Bird Ornament (from Elizabeth Benotti Handmade Ceramics)
  6. Silver Fox (from Jonathan Adler)
  7. Star and Snowflake Christmas Ornament Set (from The Metropolitan Museum of Art Store)
  8. Any of these Mimi Kirchner ornaments — the raccoon might be my favorite (from West Elm)
  9. Woodcut Baker Ornaments (from Crate & Barrel)
  10. Glitter House with Santa (from Pottery Barn)

For more ideas, check out my Christmas Ornaments Pinterest board!

Follow Kat MacArthur’s board Christmas Ornaments on Pinterest.

Get to know Kathleen MacArthur (78 Posts)

Kat has enjoyed baking and cooking for as long as she can remember. Her grandmother, Rita, was a great baker—especially of pies. Inspired by Rita, Kat began to be the one to bring dessert to family events. (Her grandfather, Stu, used to say that “Kat is bringing dessert” were some of his favorite words.) Often her family will hide the Christmas cookies she gives them when they have guests in the house. Her husband is a great tester of Kat Treats. When Kat is not baking or blogging, she works in higher education (but secretly dreams that some day she might open a treat truck or bakery/bookstore).


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