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Ornament Addict - Unique Christmas Ornaments!

Updated on November 11, 2013

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If you love to collect Christmas ornaments or give them as gifts, you'll be at home here. We've collected a list of the most unique Christmas ornaments available online, and compiled them into a handy list for your shopping.

Stocking stuffers, gift tags, stand alone gifts, hostess gifts - there are so many reasons to give Christmas ornaments this holiday season! Pick up a few today, and don't forget to have a few on hand for those "emergency gifts" too!

Keep Your Ornaments Organized - Christmas Ornament Storage Boxes Keep Your Ornaments Safe & Neat

Snapware 1098785 Snap N Stack Seasonal Ornament (3 Trays) 13.1 inches x 13.1 inches Square Layer Storage Containers Set
Snapware 1098785 Snap N Stack Seasonal Ornament (3 Trays) 13.1 inches x 13.1 inches Square Layer Storage Containers Set

The Christmas Ornament Storage Box by Snapware Corp makes putting away and taking out the holiday decorations, bows and cards so easy. Set of three snap-together trays have dividers to hold 27-48 ornaments, stackable, top handle for easy mobility. Polypropylene, 13w x 13L x 14h".

 

Pictorial Guide To Christmas Ornaments For Collectors

Pictorial Guide To Christmas Ornaments & Collectibles, Identification and Values
Pictorial Guide To Christmas Ornaments & Collectibles, Identification and Values

This easy to use, new pictorial guide will be the ideal book to take on trips to antique stores and flea markets. The captions of the almost 2,000 color photographs include the title of the piece, size variations, where made, reproduction information, rarity rating, and current collector value. A brief introduction, history, and collector notes are included. Glass ornaments of all types are featured: animals, beads, Santas, trees, buildings, crosses, food, patriotic items, and much more. There are not only fabric ornaments, but wax, metal, Sebnitz, and others. There are also many miscellaneous Christmas collectibles featured, including lighting, candy containers, plaques, dolls, and other figures and decorations. 2004 values. AUTHORBIO: George W. Johnson has been collecting antique Christmas decorations for over 30 years, and is a member of the Golden Glow of Christmas Past, a club for enthusiasts of Christmas memorabilia. He is an elementary and middle school teacher who specializes in working with talented and gifted students in Southern Local Schools near Logan, Ohio. REVIEW: George Johnson's book on Christmas ornaments adds a nice touch to any collector's bookshelf. This new volume is largely about glass ornaments and happily includes a wide range of them. Other chapters deal with Dresden ornaments, plus paper, wax, fabric, metal, and plastic decorations. Additionally there are sections on electric lighting, tree tops, and stands. Altogether there are nearly 2,000 full color photos with descriptions and values.

 

Aren't you forgetting something? How about a Christmas Tree! - Best Christmas Tree For Your Ornaments

This Palisade Christmas Tree is designed with hardy PVC noble tips with brown branch covers and PE needles with multi-branched new growth tips at the outer edges. The stepped profile and subtle layers make for easy decorating. This tree offers FLEXCHANGE LED lights that have earned the ENERGY STAR certification. ENERGY STAR qualified lighting provides brilliant light but uses about 75% less energy than standard lighting, produces 75% less heat and lasts up to ten times longer.

What is your favorite Christmas ornament?

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      kt_glasses 6 years ago

      Nice collection of Christmas ornament.

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      Sami4u LM 6 years ago

      Hi,

      A sprinkling of Angel Dust for Christmas :)

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      Kiwisoutback 6 years ago from Massachusetts

      We have a weird/cool giant Peacock that we use as a topper. It's strange and unique, but looks pretty cool.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      My favorite Christmas ornament is one my daughter made in Kindergarten. It is a cutout of an ornament colored red and has her school picture in the middle. Believe it or not, I still have it and hang it on the tree (She is 36).