6 Garden-Inspired Holiday Ornaments

Add visual flair to your holiday decorating with nature-themed ornaments that speak to the gardener in you.

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Instead of a regular bulb, let this hand-painted glass beetle crawl all over the tree! Scarab Ornament; shopterrain.com

Take Flight

These bird ornaments are hand-made from recycled magazines and cardboard. They’re fun, vibrant and ready to rest on one of those branches. Recycled Bird Ornaments; uncommongoods.com

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

Green Tree Jewelry’s poinsettia ornament uses a pop of gold to give its upcycled wood frame some punch. Poinsettia Ornament; wayfair.com

12 Days of Christmas

This absolutely stunning ornament is literally a partridge in a pear tree. Ok, technically the branch! Partridge-in-a-Pear-Tree Christmas Ornament; neimanmarcus.com

Maple Syrup

These maple leaves are the real deal, seriously. Real Maple Leaf Ornaments; uncommongoods.com

Picture Frame

Definitely saved the coolest one for last! This glass frame ornament lets you safely put a piece of your garden inside.  Square Botanical Frame Ornament; shopterrain.com

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