Tree-Trimming Time

November 29, 2014

For those who celebrate Christmas, the day after Thanksgiving signals the time to go to the closet, the basement, or the storage unit; haul out the lights for the tree; and start decorating! Everyone has their own idea of what ornaments should look like: whether it's a photo, something you made by hand when you were in elementary school, or that perfect-colored glass ball — there are so many choices.

Allow us to complicate the process even more (but in a good way!). We're certain you'll enjoy browsing our holiday trimmings collection that's full of good deals on ornaments, like our handmade Guatemalan plump elephant or soapstone honeybees. Add a hook and any of our whimsical felted animals are ready to hang! We've got our eyes on the intricately beaded peacock below!




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