Holiday Traditions: Christmas Ornaments for gifts

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I’m big on holiday traditions. Whether it’s baking mountains of cookies, putting the tree up the week of Thanksgiving, christmas jammies or buying my kids Christmas ornaments for gifts each year so when they have a tree of their own they have a good start.

My tradition of buying Christmas ornaments for gifts began when I had a weird obsession of buying every Tigger ornament I could find. It got out of hand quick and I have a large Rubbermaid storage bin full of a over a decades worth of Tigger and Pooh ornaments to prove it.

I find cute ornaments everywhere, the thing is, they can get crazy expensive quick, especially when you’re buying for three little ones. Dollar Tree has a great selection of Christmas ornaments, decor and even loads of ideas for gifts and stocking stuffers! They even have stockings!

Christmas Ornaments for gifts

Best thing about Dollar Tree? Everything is a dollar (but you probably knew that, right?) so not only can I get super cute ornaments for my kids to hang up now, and have as keepsakes, but I can also get more special Christmas ornaments for others to use as gift embellishments instead of tags. The Dollar Tree also has little kits I can buy for the kids to paint their own ornaments? How cool is that? So not only do they get their special ornament that year, but they also have the memory of making it. LOVE IT.

But don’t stop at ornaments and gifts, after you’ve picked out those items, you can save a bundle on Christmas decor. Whether it’s lights or tinsel, window clings or pretty cookie tins, the choices are not only endless or affordable! You can shop at the Dollar Tree without breaking the bank. And if you don’t have one in your area, you can even shop online!

Do you ever give Christmas Ornaments for gifts?

About Kerri Jablonski

Kerri Jablonski AKA The Maven lives in Seattle,WA with her 3 kids (2008, 2010, 2013), husband, cats and backyard chickens. Two of her children have special needs. Kerri enjoys cooking, travel, movies and spending time with her family.

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