Christmas is fast approaching. I don’t know about you but I couldn’t be happier. I love this time of year. I love decorating our home with seasonal decorations. Enjoying delicious goodies and hot beverages. Perusing shops, looking for that perfect gift for someone on your list. Every year one of the items we purchase each member of our family is a Disney Christmas ornament. Our tree is now filled with Disney ornaments from years past, some sing a little tune whereas others have been found in old boxes and been passed on to our Disney decorated tree.
Every year we purchase ornaments from Hallmark. These are some of the nicest ornaments that adorn our tree. The Precious Moments line specifically, Alice and Wonderland is one of my favourites, along with a Cinderella and Prince Charming one that I received the Christmas leading up to Jeff and I’s wedding. This year we’re also adding a Disney parks ornament. Last Christmas I came upon a tradition many yearly visitors do, they purchase an ornament while at Disney to mark that year’s trip. No matter the time of year you can find ornaments at a variety of places: Disney Springs’ Disney Days of Christmas and Ye Olde Christmas Shoppe at Disney’s Magic Kingdom among them.
Now there are plenty of other places you can purchase beautiful Disney ornaments. One of the many sites that sells Disney parks products: including yourwdwstore.net, magicalearscollectibles.com, and shopthemeparks.com. You can also check out your local Disney store or their online store at shopdisney.com. As I mentioned above Hallmark has always been one of our handy choices, but you can find their collections at WalMart and at Target. There are also some fantastic artisans making one of a kind ornaments and selling them on Etsy: Vinyra, SugarBlushStudio and JustKeepCrafting. The secret is to start looking and ordering early. Now is the time my friends. Before you know it these items will be sold out, or too late to order online. So take time now to peruse and find that perfect ornament to gift or add to your own tree.
Merry Christmas, Friends.