Christmas Tree Ornaments! {Product Spotlight}

When it comes to decorating your Christmas tree, does your household adhere to the “theme” method or the “throw it all up in a random display of merriment” way of doing things? I grew up embracing the latter, but I can definitely appreciate the wonder of a glowing, all-silver tree or one exclusively covered in deep reds and golds.

Whatever your preference for the holidays, our beautiful, lively new Christmas tree ornaments will add plenty of wintery flair to your usual merry tree. They would be perfect for an animal or outdoor winter wonderland theme, or would add a fun compliment to whatever special ornaments you already own! Here are a few of my favorites from the collection:


Aren’t they the cutest? These hand-made, fair trade ornaments come to us from our partners in both Nepal and Kyrgyzstan.

About Kyrgystan:
After the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991, Kyrgyzstan became an independent country – and was reeling from economic hardship. Many women were unemployed, and making ends meet was a daily challenge. Our fair trade partners work with women who started small craft businesses to help them further expand their markets, grow, and support their communities. We work with inspiring women who are determined to save their traditional art of felting – passed down from mother to daughter across the generations.

About Nepal:
Our felt felt Christmas ornaments are handmade by a women’s cooperative in Kathmandu, Nepal. The project focuses on providing skills training and income opportunities to women in great economical need. Each felt ornament is made with 100% natural wool and non-toxic, azo-free dyes. The waste dye water is drained into a neighborhood garden for growing food, and wool scraps are recycled to create new products.

Which ones are your favorites? Click here to check out the whole collection!



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