12 Dec 2018

Top 10 Christmas tree ornaments

The Christmas tree is up and the lights are working, but what’s the best way to adorn it? From quirky baubles to funky designs, the following Christmas decorations will transform your tree without denting your budget.
1. Humorous baubles
For those fed up with corny old cracker jokes, humorous baubles are a great way of adding some festive fun. One promising bauble this year is Liberty's Queen’s corgi offering, which comes complete with ornate crown and collar. A must-have for pet lovers and royalists alike.
2. Christmas pudding decorations
Seasonal indulgence is par for the course, and these cute knitted Christmas pudding decorations from Fortnum & Mason look good enough to eat! It’s even topped with a small sprig of holly for the full festive effect.
3. Doughnut decorations
Keeping with the foodie theme, if you're obsessed with Krispy Kreme doughnuts, this decoration is right up your alley. Shiny, sparkly and set to impress, having a doughnut hooked to your tree is sure to cast aside the small talk, and get the conversation well and truly flowing. Food fantasies? Consider them well and truly covered.
4. Monogram beaded ornaments
Anthropologie has some beautiful beaded ornaments that strike the right balance for your tree; they attract attention but are subtly chic. Each ornament comes in the shape of a letter – why not add your family member’s initials to the tree to personalise it to perfection?
5. Jet rocket tree decorations
Aspiring astronaut among the ranks? This quirky rocket decoration is sure to light up their eyes, and have them dreaming of outer space! If you’ve gone for a tree with gold and silver tinsel this year, this space-age ornament will fit in seamlessly and keep the kids contented.
6. Big Ben decorations
If you want to add a distinctly British feel to your festive tree, you’re in luck. This Big Ben decoration definitely fits the bill, and will have you feeling a little bit patriotic in the process. To complement this decoration, why not consider turning the tree into a virtual map of the UK? From soldiers and flags, to ornaments of the Royal Family, you can really go to town!
7. Purple acrylic crab decorations
Seeking a little more shine and sparkle? The purple acrylic crab decoration more than accommodates. With its iridescent sheen, this statement piece is best suited to silver-themed trees, where modern, minimal design is the order of the day.
8. London black-cab decorations
London really is calling this Christmas, and with Harrods' black-cab ornament, you can have your very own slice of the Big Smoke served up as the centrepiece on your tree. The cab is decked out with little embellishments of holly and berries, adding a double dose of tasteful kitsch. For those itching for something unusual, this cab is sure to raise a smile!
9. Festive llama decorations
If you’ve got any keen travellers in the family, this inquisitive llama is guaranteed to appeal. Adding a touch of the exotic, this llama is kitted out in full regalia and looks decidedly dapper! Feeling extra creative? Add a decoration that best epitomises each country you’ve visited to your tree to recapture those distant memories.
10. Hermione Granger Yule ball ornaments
Keen for some Yule tree ornaments that capture the magic of Christmas? The Hermione Granger Yule Ball ornament offers a suitable amount of sparkle for your tree, and is a must-have festive addition for Harry Potter fans, with its intricate chiffon bow and satin ribbon detailing.

Whether you’re an advocate of the avant-garde, or a self-confessed conventionalist, when it comes to decorations, there really is something for everyone. Still looking for something? Get inspired and make your own homemade adornments – your tree will look unique, and your kids will cherish the chance to get creative this Christmas!

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