561 Eclectic Holiday Decorations
Make it look like your meals just came from a fresh garden with this adorable carrot plate set. Serve side salads, appetizers or even your homemade carrot cake on them to wow guests.
This is such an innovative approach to a wreath, to Halloween and to the use of skulls. How unusual!
I simply must have a set of these skeleton hand servers. Imagine serving up spaghetti with some bloody marina sauce.
Skeleton Hand Servers
Now this is a stocking that is begging to be filled with goodies! Santa certainly won't miss this bold and bright stocking as he comes down the chimney.
Shopping in the off season saves you tons, and this leopard tree skirt would make your holidays super stylish!
Cheetah Tree Skirt
I indulged in a set of these Otomi-influenced stockings this Christmas. The teal and red colors together make for a fun take on traditional holiday colors.
This spooky skull punch bowl is the perfect centerpiece for guests to mingle around while waiting on your most spook-tacular dishes.
The only thing chattering will the sound of your guests' knees knocking when they see these fabulous appetizer plates.
Here is another fantastic Christmas ornament to hang on the tree. I love that they are retro inspired.
These life-size mummies will give anyone a scare. Put them somewhere where they can be a part of the family.
If dogs are part of your family and you want to include them in the tree-trimming, add these glamorous treats - ornaments shaped like Milk Bones.
If you're looking for something contemporary and unique, how about this laser-cut tree topper? It has an iridescent quality that changes color in the light.
Remove the ribbon from this Christmas ornament and tuck this best-priced Jonathan Adler ceramic horse in with a grouping of your favorite objects.
Bow wow! Who doesn't love a little pup on their tree? These are perfect for the dog lover. Hang one of these little pooches on a branch to add some punchy personality to your Christmas tree.
These handcrafted globe lights are customizable — so you can pick the colors you'd like. The string of lights above the outdoor table feels so fun and whimsical.
I love this artwork! It instills a fear in me that the Wicked Witch really is coming to get me — and my little dog too.
These ornaments are sublime. You can use them as place settings or throughout your home for pops of color.
These napkin holders are made from strips of paper. If you want to make your own, you can find matzo scrapbook paper on Amazon.
This very realistic-looking square of matzo is actually an 8-inch stoneware plate — which is perfect for serving some matzo toffee.
Any time guests drink wine or eat matzo during the seder, they are supposed to recline to symbolize the luxury of freedom. What could be better than reclining on this matzo pillow?
Giant Matzo Cushion
I'm loving these sleek little matzo covers for hiding the afikomen, the hidden piece of matzo that all the kids at the seder try to find.
Imm Living Herald Heart Ornament Container. Deck your halls any time of year with the Herald Heart Ornament Container from Imm Living. Crafted from white porcelain, this heart-shaped container is perfect for hiding a secret clue, note, or tiny gift. Just stitch the two halves together with the...
We love the combination of chartreuse and blue in these handmade beaded ornaments. The paisley design is trendy and traditional at the same time.
Slice Off the Old BlockTake your decor to an all-natural place with the Old Log End Ornament from Zentique. Made from a sawed-off portion of a log, this striking accent piece feels rustic and organic. A simple stand base is a fitting finish. Let it top off your Pacific Northwest-style home, or use...
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