I think I might have come down with a slight case of Christmas Fever. Someone put a poinsettia on my desk at work, and I don't even know why. Christmas is stalking me. Christmas and I should get a room.
Whatever, I'm embracing it. I've told you about my mission to craft the perfect homemade ornaments. But what would the holidays be without a healthy dose of consumerism? So I compiled this list of ornaments worth spending cash on. Happy decorating!
Let's start with this one from Natural Woodland. The deer is super sweet and all, but I especially love it because I've never seen square glass ornaments before. My tree has round balls and flatter circles, but no squares. The bar for shapes has been raised, my friends.
|via Vintage Trailer Supply|
I am in love with those little trailers that sit on Christmas tree lots. I don't know what it is about them, the cool vintage designs maybe? Whatever it is, my tree needs one. This little red and white guy is pretty cute, but they have others. And right now it looks like they're 10% off.
|via Fancy Tiger Crafts|
I adore this owl ornament, and Fancy Tiger Crafts also has kits for other animals as well. Plus since it is a kit and not an ornament you can still technically tell people you made it. Win/win.
|via Glak Love at Scoutmob Shoppe|
These super cool ornaments by Glak Love are made from old film negatives and are currently on sale at Scoutmob Shoppe. The only bad thing about these is that the T-Rex one is already sold out. Grumble.
These map ornaments by Neighborwoods are kind of a must have. They're rustic and blend typography with local pride. There are lots of other places to choose from too, so pick your favorite.
|via Old World Primitives|
I have to be honest. At first I thought these cats from Old World Primitives were weird. Then I thought maybe they were awesome. Then I searched online some more, saw a place selling a Happy Fetus ornament, and my parameters for weird were completely redefined. What I'm saying is, these might just be genius. And if you put them on your tree, I will totally respect you.