12.01.2015

Christmas Ornaments

Can y'all believe that it's already December?! It's just so hard to fathom the year is almost over and we're starting the 25 days till Christmas countdown. Where did 2015 go? Honestly!!

Today marks the first holiday party of the year for me, and starts the cycle of endless parties, events, gift exchanges and dinners over the coming weeks. Thankfully most of them require little to no preparation, except for a fun ornament exchange. I've already been brainstorming ideas, as I definitely want to show up with something unique and fun. Last year I brought the crowd favorite, with this United States Capitol Dome ornament. It got stolen the max amount of times!!

I'm sure many of you will be going to a similar gathering, or are looking for a unique ornament to add to your own tree. So I rounded up some of my favorite decor pieces... some traditional, some funny and others that you just can't live without! Click through the traditional ornaments lookbook or click on any of the unique pieces below to shop directly from this post!










kristyn
Keep up with Kristyn on FacebookInstagramTwitter and Bloglovin'!

8 comments:

Monica {Cake and Lilies} said...

The pickle always cracks me up, and I love that you can now buy ornaments shaped like cheese and pizza. A little untraditional, but in a good way!

Rachel Gault said...

So many cute ornaments! The taco truck one is too funny, but I think a lot of people would appreciate it!

katie // a touch of teal said...

AH! My grandparents always hid a pickle in their tree and whoever found it got a ton of chocolate. Good childhood memories! Great post, K! xx

Primp & Proper said...

Agreed!! The pickle is such an old, but fun tradition!! And I know, right? It's fun to add a unique ornament here or there!

Primp & Proper said...

Thanks!! Isn't it?? Would be hilarious on the right tree!

Primp & Proper said...

Really? My family has never done it, but I know plenty who have. Such a neat tradition!! Thanks lady!

Anonymous said...

SO cute! Thanks for sharing!

Primp & Proper said...

Of course! Thanks for reading Ashlee!!