2016 Ornaments We Need on Our Tree

Christmas trees are a staple during the holiday season and Hallmark has been making some of the best in business for since 1973. The greeting card company keeps the Disney goodness tradition alive this year with newer characters and classic favorites.

In 1973, when Hallmark introduced six glass ball ornaments and 12 yarn figures as the first collection of Hallmark Keepsake Ornaments, a new tradition of Christmas decorating was started and a new collectible industry was born. When the first line was introduced, they were unique in design, year-dated and available only for a limited time – innovations in the world of ornaments. Since 1973, Hallmark has introduced more than 8,000 different Keepsakes Ornaments and more than 100 ornament series, groups of ornaments that share a specific theme. Keepsake Ornaments now are made in a wide array of wood, acrylic, bone china, porcelain, and handcrafted formats.

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Hallmark has over forty different Disney ornaments for sale this year which you can purchase online or in stores. They make great stocking stuffers and many people give them each year as a tradition so the tree will always have the magic of Disney. They range in price from $6.95 – $39.95. Not only do they feature the animated films and Mickey Mouse, Hallmark also sells Marvel and Star Wars ornaments which may or may not take up most of the tree on both the Babes’ respective Christmas trees. Some of these tree decorations even light up and make noise.

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