We’re always on the hunt for cute and independently made Christmas decorations. Although we’re never in our house over Christmas we both like to decorate with a small tree and lots of festive lights. It kick-starts our December with a cosy and festive feeling.
We both like to support independent and locally made businesses where possible. There’s nothing wrong with the bigger brands, you’ll find me browsing the John Lewis Christmas section most weeks. However, there’s something extra special about finding unique decorations made with love and care from locals. It’s all about finding balance and shopping mindfully.
Today I’m sharing a round-up of independently made Christmas decorations from around the web. Don’t forget to check local maker markets and indie boutiques too.
If you enjoy these types posts then you should check out the one where I shared 12 indie makers to support over Christmas.
These fused glass snowmen from Fused Glass Cornwall are so cute. They’re perfect for the tree but would also work well hanging in a window.
Felt ball Christmas Garland by The Blushing Fig would make a nice alternative to fairy lights.
These Christmas Bell Jars by The Forest & Co are lovely and would make a festive addition to any corner of your home.
I think this might be my favourite find. I like the simplistic style of the snowman and that you can display him in several ways. It’s made by Daddy’s Workshop UK.
This knitted Santa Hat Tree Topper by Lauren Aston Designs is so cute. We normally opt for a star at the top of our tree but I think this would make a fun alternative.
I love Alessi. Everything they make is so cute and more often than not, innovative. Their Christmas decorations are the best and this Stella Cometa Star glass bauble (via Trouva) is no exception.
This decoration feels truly nostalgic of childhood. I’ve always loved building snowmen, having snowball fights and of course, sledging. I found these Festive Wooden Sleighs over on Trouva – a fab place to shop indie boutiques.
For those of you who love a fairytale theme! This toadstool comes in a set of 2 from A Fly Went By.
I had to include a teddy-themed decoration in today’s round-up. This little chap is called Felt So Good Bear by Sue Parkinson.
Nordic-inspired decorations always look good, especially if you have a more minimalist style in your home. This is a set of 8 Nordic Santas by HomeArama.
Finally, I had to share these beautiful and luxurious stockings. Excellent as both decor and for Christmas Eve. They’re by Ferm Living Velvet via Truce.
Let me know if you’ve seen any cute indie made Christmas decorations around. If you make your own then feel free to leave a link and I’ll add them to the list.