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Christmas Tree Ornaments
The Christmas Tree is one of the most enduring and beautiful symbols that we associate with this special time of the year. This article details facts and information about Christmas Tree Ornaments. Everyone loves the custom and tradition of decorating trees! Lots of free ideas and easy instructions for creating a wonderful tree for your home during the festive holiday season together with facts and info about Christmas Tree Ornaments.

History of Christmas Tree Ornaments
The bauble is one of the most popular Christmas ornament designs, and they have been in mass production since 1847. Baubles and other Christmas tree ornaments can have various designs on them, from "baby's first Christmas" to the name of a favorite sports team.   The custom of hanging Christmas tree ornaments became extremely popular during the Victorian period when homemade baubles and trinkets were made to decorate the tree. At first the trees were hung with small toys, homemade cakes, bags of sweets tied with ribbon containing bonbons  or candies like sugared almonds. The fashion for decorating trees with ornaments was brought to England by Prince Albert, the German prince who married Queen Victoria. In 1841 Prince Albert set up the first Christmas tree at Windsor Castle and this custom soon became all the rage in fashionable, wealthy Victorian households.

Types of Christmas Tree Ornaments
There is a huge variety of decorations that can be used to decorate a Christmas tree, some of the most popular are listed below:

  • Baubles
  • Garland
  • Tinsel
  • Beads
  • Tree Toppers - Stars and angels
  • Bells
  • Wooden Ornaments
  • Raffia Ornaments
  • Lights
  • Ribbons
  • Lametta
  • Miniature Presents
  • Candy Canes
  • Chocolate Coins
  • Sweets
  • Stars
  • Angels
  • Decorated Pinecones / Fir cones
  • Religious Ornaments
  • Nativity / Crib Ornaments

Homemade Christmas Tree Ornaments
Why not make your own Christmas Tree Ornaments? Get the children and kids involved with preparing for Christmas. Homemade ornaments produced by the children of the family have a special place in people's hearts. So instead of buying Christmas Tree ornaments this year why not make some of your own? Homemade ornaments will be treasured for years and valued more than those simply purchased in a store. We have quick and easy instructions which can be accessed from the following links - some Christmas Tree ornaments are so easy to make that virtually anyone in the family can become involved in creating them!

Christmas Tree Ornaments
Special skills and expensive decorations are not required to create a special centre piece for your home at this special time of the year. Sparkling fairy lights, tinsel, decorations and ornaments are easily affordable and our facts and information about Christmas Tree Ornaments will help create a merry, festive atmosphere!

Christmas Tree Ornaments

  • Xmas Trees - Baubles, Decorations and Ornaments
  • History of decorations and ornaments for Xmas Trees
  • How to decorate trees
  • Easy ideas, tips and instructions
  • Artificial Trees - Lights for the tree
  • Homemade decorations for the Xmas tree
  • List of Different types of decorations
  • Xmas Trees - Baubles, Decorations and Ornaments

Christmas Tree Ornaments

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