Tuesday, December 21, 2010


Stars play a key role in holiday decorations. Whether they are hung from a pine bough or from the mantel, they always look festive. Here are some stars you will likely have in your collection for years to come.

Photo courtesy of ABC Carpet and Home
Delicate 3-dimensional wooden snowflakes have craftsmanship from days of yore. From ABC Carpet and Home.

Photo courtesy of Create for Less
If you love the look of plain Kraft paper, then the Craft Pedlars Paper Mache Star from Create for Less is the thing for you. But perhaps you feel like dressing it up and going to town with paint and glitter. The choice is yours!

Hung from simple baker's red and white twine, these Printed Star Ornaments from Kate's Paperie come with nine to a set.
Photo courtesy of Ikea
Get crafty with Ikea paper star ornaments. Let you inner origami goddess emerge with these stunners from Ikea.
Photo courtesy of Jamali Garden
A Glitter Star you can spot from afar from Jamali Garden.

Photo courtesy of Arcadia
Arcadia Home makes ornaments you will have forever, like their hand - beaded double-sided snowflake ornament on a velvet ribbon.

Photo courtesy of Pottery Barn
Hang puffy Gold Star metal ornaments from Pottery Barn in with your family made artisanal ornaments.

Photo courtesy of Pier 1
Silver Paper Lanterns would work well hanging from a mantel or a ceiling, from Pier 1.

A large star like the Natural Grapevine Lighted Moravian Star from Save On Crafts is just the thing to illuminate a hallway or entry.
Photo courtesy of Crate and Barrel
Glitter covered multi colored starbursts from Crate and Barrel would look great on the tree or in a bowl with extra large pine cones.
Photo courtesy of Crate and Barrel
A mod glass starburst from Crate and Barrel is shiny and gorgeous.

Photo courtesy of Christmas Forever
A Vintage White Glitter Star Ornament for the old timey look.

1 comment:

mary said...

I love these ornaments--not too fancy, but attention grabbers none-the-less.