When we think of Old World Christmas, we think of Christmas (it is in the name of course) and ornaments for our trees. But, their glass ornaments are more than that.
Instead of thinking of Old World Christmas ornaments as being strictly for the holidays, we are looking at ways to celebrate the beauty of these amazing glass baubles. And whether that means literally hanging them from the Christmas Tree or including them in a centerpiece for a table, there are so many ways to enjoy these gorgeous ornaments.
With May being National Pet Month, we can’t help but think of these glass ornaments from Old World Christmas as being the perfect gift for pet owners of all kinds. And while we are here for all of the amazing dog ornaments they have (including an assortment of breeds including Chow Chows, Black Labradors, and Dachshunds), there are certainly other pets to choose from when it comes to their ornaments.
So how are we using these glass ornaments from Old World Christmas?
Old World Christmas pet ornaments are perfect all year long
Beyond hanging from a Christmas tree, these ornaments are perfect for displaying with other figurines or even using as a way to add a little something extra to a centerpiece or table scape. Think of these glass creations as non-holiday specific decor and you can find so many ways to utilize them.
We love giving these as gifts to friends because of the amazing quality and the sheer beauty of the pieces. For us, it is so much fun to be able to give a Chow Chow lover the glass Chow ornament or a Dachshund parent one of the Dachshund pieces. It is like being able to personalize an ornament just for the person you are giving a gift to. And how can you go wrong with that.
When it comes to Old World Christmas ornaments, we have a few. And each one is displayed in different ways, from hanging in our windows so that the glitter and glass catches the light to adding them to a display case of collectibles.
No matter how you display these ornaments, they are great for so many occasions and uses. And whether you are gifting them to someone or enjoying them for yourself, you can’t go wrong with any of these beauties!
Are you a fan of glass ornaments? Do you decorate with ornaments like these? Do you own any Old World Christmas ornaments?