10 Totally Adorable Ornaments To Start Hoarding For The Holidays
Yeah, I know we haven’t even celebrated Thanksgiving yet, but I need to start thinking about gifts for people. I love the holidays in so many ways, and one of the reasons is because I want EVERYTHING. I have this dumb image in my mind of exactly how I want my holidays to be and even though it won’t turn out that way and I will burn things and run out of cookie making time and my lights will be all lopsided on my house I still get all swoony over the magic of the holidays and I love scouring the Internet for things that fit this image I have in my mind.
I mean, yeah, I’m not even close to Martha Stewart but I’m not above totally geeking out over all of the cuteness I have seen, especially when it comes to Christmas ornaments, because even though I may not have a magazine worthy house at all times I can bedeck a tree with the best of them. Plus, I love giving and receiving Christmas ornaments. They are cheap, there are a million different types, and most people who have a tree usually enjoy receiving them, especially if they are attached to a bottle of wine.
Can’t.. typeâ€¦. dying..of..cuteness.
This Fancy Bunny
Every year I get my kids a new ornament. Last year I got my daughter a very similar bunny from Anthro but I think I will get her this one for this year.
Â This Little HouseÂ
And it even has a little cat and dog on it!
This EZ Bake Oven
For anyone who ever baked tiny cakes with a lightbulb.
Â This Krampus Ornament
You know, to scare your kids with, because if they make the naughty list The Krampus will come and eat you for dinner.
This Whale Ornament
Because I love how graphic it is.
Â This Sugar Skull
Because it’s pink and awesome.
This Fishing CatÂ
Because he is even wearing little cat wellies!
These Amazing DIY Diorama OrnamentsÂ
These are a few years old but they are some of my favorite ornaments ever. From the brilliant Blog Giddy Giddy, get the tutorial here.
Â This Unicorn Wearing Lederhosen
Because it’s a unicorn wearing lederhosen, and your Christmas tree won’t be complete without it.
(Image: Archee McPhee)