Striped Drop Ornaments

Striped Drop Ornaments

All of my friends always ask me where I bought these ornaments. I've always avoided directly answering their inquiries because of how unique this Christmas tree ornament is.

  • Yes, it's traditional. That's the point. Golden background with red, white and green...it's Christmas incarnate. And while normally I would say it's blatant and a little obvious, it's Christmas!!! Sak's latest holiday ornament m... Yes, it's traditional. That's the point. Golden background with red, white and green...it's Christmas incarnate. And while normally I would say it's blatant and a little obvious, it's Christmas!!! Sak's latest holiday ornament makes me rock out to the traditional Christmas beat.

  • I would have found it more hilarious if juicy would have made ornaments with a fruit theme. But these Juicy Couture candies are pastel and have a fun flirty air to them.. Hard candy in the most literal sense these will dangle de... I would have found it more hilarious if juicy would have made ornaments with a fruit theme. But these Juicy Couture candies are pastel and have a fun flirty air to them.. Hard candy in the most literal sense these will dangle delightfully from my pink/purple/turquoise tree.

  • Shh! Don't tell me that this ornament bears a striking resemblance to tie dye. I hate tie dye. But I love this John Toole ornament, the melting of the pink into green, the hint of yellow and the slight striation pattern..it's to ... Shh! Don't tell me that this ornament bears a striking resemblance to tie dye. I hate tie dye. But I love this John Toole ornament, the melting of the pink into green, the hint of yellow and the slight striation pattern..it's to dye for, so to say. ;-)

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  • Once when I was little I actually tired to eat fake fruit (I was very young). I wasn't successful, but, oddly, it gave me an appreciation for integrating fruit into decorating. Pears provide an alternative to the sphere and this... Once when I was little I actually tired to eat fake fruit (I was very young). I wasn't successful, but, oddly, it gave me an appreciation for integrating fruit into decorating. Pears provide an alternative to the sphere and this Jay Strongwater ornament spices up your tree. And there are little crystal sparkles to ensure that no one tries to eat this off the tree.

  • Green really is one of my favorite colors this season and this year. Golden swirls delicately scroll up the iridescent green ball, bits of shiny crystal accent the flowers in this William Yeoward ornament. It would fit perfect... Green really is one of my favorite colors this season and this year. Golden swirls delicately scroll up the iridescent green ball, bits of shiny crystal accent the flowers in this William Yeoward ornament. It would fit perfectly on a fairy tale tree (in the running for my next proposed tree) or any tree that takes advantage of the season and combines green and gold.

  • This ornament just looks luxurious, it looks like it's going to glow and reflect and play the best tricks of the light on my Christmas tree. The gentle sketched snowflake is etched in gold on the red base of the ornament by John ... This ornament just looks luxurious, it looks like it's going to glow and reflect and play the best tricks of the light on my Christmas tree. The gentle sketched snowflake is etched in gold on the red base of the ornament by John Toole. It's a winter wonderland of snowflakes without being too regular in their application.

  • The is something so soft and vulnerable about this ornament. It's the shimmery pink and gold that transitions throughout the light. And the John Toole ornament is covered in cherry blossoms which are always the harbinger of spri... The is something so soft and vulnerable about this ornament. It's the shimmery pink and gold that transitions throughout the light. And the John Toole ornament is covered in cherry blossoms which are always the harbinger of spring. 11 months out of the year I love silver, but once the holiday season arrives gold appeals so heavily to me.

  • Everyone likes a nice Christmas sphere, but this Jay Strongwater ball ornament makes the three dimensional sphere that much more three dimensional by studding it with crystals and having a tiny flying creature alight on the outsid... Everyone likes a nice Christmas sphere, but this Jay Strongwater ball ornament makes the three dimensional sphere that much more three dimensional by studding it with crystals and having a tiny flying creature alight on the outside of the ornament The color of rose-ish pink with it's gold undertones seems so sumptuous. I like the action implied in this ornament too, it's as if Strongwater is trying to bring in the fourth dimension.

  • Peppermint. Be it pink peppermint, green peppermint or candy canes when the first snow hits the ground I go searching for it. These red and white vine ornaments capture the candy cane colors and give back an ornament that remind... Peppermint. Be it pink peppermint, green peppermint or candy canes when the first snow hits the ground I go searching for it. These red and white vine ornaments capture the candy cane colors and give back an ornament that reminds me of peppermint without having a to have a tree covered in various candy candy canes.

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  • I'm already trying to find room on my pink Christmas tree of these shiny faceted pink ornaments by Martha Stewart. They consist of two of my more favorite shades of pink, a cold cotton candy bubblegum and a warm fairy tale bright... I'm already trying to find room on my pink Christmas tree of these shiny faceted pink ornaments by Martha Stewart. They consist of two of my more favorite shades of pink, a cold cotton candy bubblegum and a warm fairy tale bright pink. With their faceted sides the light will reflect off them so prettily. Plus, they are shiny!

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  • Enchanted forests, mystical beasts, and great towers of which princes have to retrieve their princesses. I may live in the modern world, but give me something that appeals to my inner little princess and I'm five years olds again... Enchanted forests, mystical beasts, and great towers of which princes have to retrieve their princesses. I may live in the modern world, but give me something that appeals to my inner little princess and I'm five years olds again. This forest fern ball ornament by martha stewart reminds of forest where fauns are hidden around every corner and where victory was just a quest away. The ornaments are just light enough that they won't completely blend in with the tree and yet not so garishly green that they make the viewer look for something unseen.

  • I'm debating what my next tree should be. I already have the traditional gold and burgundy, as well as the fun pink and turquoise one. This Swarovski crystal star makes me think and silver and crystal tree should be my next one.... I'm debating what my next tree should be. I already have the traditional gold and burgundy, as well as the fun pink and turquoise one. This Swarovski crystal star makes me think and silver and crystal tree should be my next one. The light fractures so beautifully through the crystal and the three dimensional nature will make the ornament pleasant to view from all sides. The black velvet tie roots the ornament to the tree with and adds a buttery black tie in with other ornaments.

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