Christmas tree decorations….mainly baubles

As well as writing Christmas cards, which we genuinely love and find really therapeutic, we also love getting a Christmas tree, dragging it back home on the bus and then getting out all the ornaments from previous years and new ones we bought with great foresight in the January sales. Winning. Here are some of our faves from this year’s offerings.

West Elm

West Elm

Take a really deep breath and prepare to have your mind BLOWN by the team at West Elm who have created a woodland creature jazz band. This isn’t a joke people. This is something you can own and take huge joy from. Every. Single. year. The joke will never get old, because look. A skunk playing the bongos.

Petersham nurseries

Petersham Nurseries

Oh Petersham Nurseries, what are you trying to do to us? Do you want us to be bankrupt, surrounded only by small ornaments? If so, you are succeeding. We have already bought this small gold flamingo wearing a top hat….of course we have.

Painted Glass Goose With Acrylic Wreath

National Gallery

Another glorious bird, this time a painted glass goose wearing a festive wreath. Too much for words, but not too much for our pockets at a very reasonable £9 from the National Gallery shop. Just be careful not to create lots of small glass geese by dropping it.

Paperchase

Paperchase

What larks from the team at Paperchase! How amusing you shall appear to your friends and family as you ironically (this has to be done ironically) hang your avocado, pineapple and aubergine.

The Conran Shop

The Conran Shop

The ever-stylish The Conran shop always have delectable ornamental treats, but we have chosen this popping garland which also comes in white for those of your keeping to a monochrome theme.

Oxfam

Oxfam

Oh look! That famed nativity scene animal, the elephant! The gang at Oxfam have worked with local artisans in India to create these perfect felt animals. Go mad and buy the set- it’s for a good cause.

 

 

 

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