Christmas Decor(112 items)
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Featured Reviews on Christmas Decor
Worry doll wreath
This wreath is beautiful and so well-made. I bought it to replace a wreath I had bought on a trip to Guatemala many years ago. The heart shape is adorable and the worry dolls are so cute. I love what they symbolize. Every time I look at this wreath, I smile. No worries!
Perfect addition to my Christmas decor
These owls are so beautifully crafted and made me smile every time I looked at them on my shelf. I hated to pack them away at the end of the season!
I just received this lovely worry doll wreath and I am totally impressed with the workmanship. The wreath is a nice small size.It is very colorful. I will be hanging it on my door and I expect to get many compliments from my neighbors.
Martha Lopez Handcrafted cotton ornaments and decor accents
"I believe that we Mexicans have an innate love of colors... Color is the source of joy."
"For as long as I can remember, my family has crafted décor accents with cotton threads. We do this because this is a custom in the region and because it’s a source of income that characterizes my community.
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Popular Christmas Decor
Cotton Worry Doll Wreath from Guatemala, "Quitapenas Happiness"
Guatemalan artisan Elias García offers this wreath that celebrates the tradition of or worry dolls. Perfect for the holidays, this wreath features an array of decorative quitapenas dolls wearing colorful clothing that is handwoven from cotton on the floor loom.
Heart-Shaped Cotton Worry Doll Wreath from Guatemala, "Quitapena Love"
Guatemalan artisan Elias García offers this wreath that celebrates the tradition of or worry dolls. Perfect for the holidays, this wreath features an array of decorative quitapenas dolls wearing colorful clothing that is handwoven from cotton on the floor loom. They are arranged into a romantic heart shape.
Unique Santa Claus African Christmas Sculpture, "Father Christmas"
Beloved around the world, Santa Claus is also present in West Africa, where some adults dress as Father Christmas, or "Papa Bronya." This is especially popular at events and parties, as Santa is the one who hands out gifts. Ali Mohammed depicts the benevolent character as a sculpture, carved by hand of sese wood with applications of clay to give it an aged look.