Chinese Christmas ornaments are the focus today. Whether you’re doing a Chinese-themed tree or Chinese Christmas decorations this year or you’re looking for a unique gift for an adoptive parent or someone who’s planning a trip to China, I’ve rounded up some great Chinese Christmas ornaments to choose from. There’s even a Chinese fairy godmother to make all your Christmas wishes come true. And most of these ornaments can do double duty – use them as Christmas decorations and at Chinese New Year, too.
At left: This Chinese friends glass ornament makes a great decoration for Christmas as well as Chinese New Year.
At right: China suitcase glass ornament (front and back views), a perfect gift for travelers.
At left: This set of two National Geographic Chinese lantern glass ornaments can be displayed year round.
At right: Red Chinese dragon glass ornament. Use it on your Christmas tree now and later for Chinese New Year.
At left: Set of two glass foo dogs ornaments.
At right: Kurt Adler gold fabric Chinese lantern ornament. Another decoration that could be displayed all year.
At left: Great Wall of China glass Christmas ornament.
At right: Lotus and doves bird-shaped glass ornament.
At left: Chinese children at play glass Christmas ornament.
At right: Red and gold Chinese fan glass ornament decorated with a dragon. Also perfect for Chinese New Year.
At left: Red Chinese shirt glass ornament.
At right: Chinese child with fish glass Christmas ornament.
At left: Chinese calligraphy good fortune glass ornament.
At right: Chinese calligraphy prosperity glass ornament.
At left: Jacqueline Kent Chinese fairy godmother ornament, 12.6” tall.
I’ll be featuring lots more Chinese Christmas ornaments and Chinese Christmas decorations in future posts, so stay tuned!
In the meantime, coming tomorrow - on day three of my Asian-inspired Christmas ornament series - Japanese Christmas ornaments and decorations. I’ve even found some paper lanterns that are suitable as Christmas tree lights. See you then!
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