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Holiday Gift Guide: Christmas Tree Ornaments

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Holiday Gift Guide: Christmas Tree Ornaments

Julie Carlson December 18, 2012

A roundup of our favorite ornaments for the tree, including one that benefits a special fund set up for the families of Sandy Hook.

Above: Short Dutch Mill ornament; $8 at Anthropologie.

Above: The 2012 Slow Love Life Ornament from Frances Palmer is $25 (shipping is included); 100 percent of the proceeds will be donated to the United Way Sandy Hook School Support Fund.

Above: Finnish Birch Bird; $16 (down from $20) at Schoolhouse Electric & Supply Co.

Above: Handmade in Nepal, the 100 percent wool Felt Mistletoe is $4 (down from $9) at West Elm.

Above: Gold Temple Bells; prices range from $19 to $98 from Viva Terra.

Product Summary  

Christmas Decorations & Ornaments

Short Dutch Mill

$8.00 USD from Anthropologie
Christmas Decorations & Ornaments

Felt Mistletoe

$4.00 USD from West Elm

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