561 Eclectic Holiday Decorations
How can you only stop at one piñata when you can have two? Birthday parties, weekend celebrations, or even a friday afternoon...all are holidays worth celebrating with a designer art piece that you get to smash to smithereens.
Instead of tealights in paper bags lighting the way for guests, try using vintage graters like these. They're unique and look like little torture devices!
Do you really need to have a fiesta to have a piñata? I didn't think so either. For your permanent party room, this beautifully handmade metallic piñata is a chic take on a traditionally kitschy party favor. Grab a partner piñata too.
This stocking screams anything but traditional. It is semi-reminiscent of a court jester, but I love its bright colors and glittery look. If you decorate for the holidays with bold, bright colors, then this is the stocking for you.
The only thing chattering will the sound of your guests' knees knocking when they see these fabulous appetizer plates.
It might not be for everyone, but we would be remiss if we didn't at least put it out there, right? We think this bright and cheerful tree takes "Blue Christmas" to an entirely new level.
Who says you can't mix it up for Christmas? This pink and white wreath would look darling in a bedroom or even a dining room. I love the unexpected dose of pink.
Fluffy baubles are great for spaces with young kids. They also add a touch of tactile texture to the tree.
Goosey White Bauble
Stick to your diet by putting all of your Halloween candy in these terrifying porcelain baby doll heads. You won't want to get near them!
If you're one of those people who can't rev up your day without your cuppa Starbucks Joe, this ornament is for you. This is a special design for 2012.
This year I am going bold with color and creating a more whimsical feel. This ornament wreath is the perfect addition to any room at the holidays if you are not shying away from color.
I like to add a little bit of everything to my Christmas tree, and a little cowboy/cowgirl action is always a conversation starter.
These are fondly called the big balls beads. Once you wear them, no others will do. Impress your friends, and give these really big beads out at your Mardi Gras party.
These peppermints, peach rings and gumballs look so real, I'd almost take a bite from them. Use this string to decorate your tree or to add some glee to a stairwell.
Well, clearly, you have to store your candy corn somewhere, right? I think this guy is ready for the job.
BA-NA-NAS. We all need a sock monkey, so how about a set of four mini ones for the tree? Add these to for some chimp-y cheer.
We have a wide selection of winter owls for you to choose from to help achieve a beautiful "Winter Chalet" Christmas theme!
White Decorative Owls
I especially like ornaments with clips, like this colorful peacock with its peacock feather tail. Several of these would be wonderful for an indoor wreath or for adorning a garland on the mantel.
Color and character is what you'll get when you adorn your branches with these ornaments. I love the festive and bright hues, and I think they're the perfect pop of color for a tree that's not afraid to walk on the wild side.
A Christmas tree should not be too serious if you ask me. I would definitely use these parrots to add fun to mine.
Parrot Ornament, Green/Blue
A cozy December evening might involve a little tree decorating. I love this brightly colored hummingbird. It would certainly pop against the dark green tree.
This set of 2 lifelike clip-on cardinals are the perfect addition to your Christmas tree or holiday mantel decor.
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