Smores Christmas Ornaments
Smores aren’t just for eating! I have been collecting the adorable Smores Christmas ornaments for about 10 years now and just love them. They are among my favorite Christmas decorations.
Smores Christmas ornaments feature delightful little marshmallow snowmen on a chocolate and graham cracker base. I have over 20 in my collection. Some are Christmas themed, like my Elf, Santa Claus, and Mrs. Claus Smore Ornaments.
Others are hobby specific. For example I am a scrapbooker, so one year my husband bought me a Scrapbooking Smore ornament. Just last year, I bought a beer making Smore for my husband who likes to make his own craft beer.
I try to add several new ones to my collection each year. Pretty soon I am going to be able to fill up a whole tree with just my Smores Christmas ornaments! (Be sure to check out the rest of my Christmas ornaments ideas while you are here!)
Smore Ormanents – Straight from the North Pole
These fun Santa and friends Smore Ornaments will be sure to delight kids and adults alike. They would be a great addition to your Smore Christmas ornament collection!
Smores Ornaments Make Great Gift Toppers
When I am giving a Smores Christmas ornament to someone else, I love to use it as a gift toppers. I just tie them on to the wrapped gift with a ribbon. Such a fun way to jazz up a present!
Smores in Love
Does this holiday season mark a special occasion for you and your significant other? Why not commemorate that with a special Smores Christmas ornament? It will be a fun reminder of this special time each year as you decorate the tree.
Smore Ornaments for Kids
I have gotten quite a few Smore ornaments for my kids over the years because they are made of resin and are quite sturdy. I have dropped several of my collection and they have never broken. So they make great Christmas ornaments for kids because you don’t have to worry about them shattering like more fragile ornaments.
Smore Ornaments are seriously cute and are fun for kids to put on the tree! Here are some of the ones that my kids especially love.
Get Them Before They are Retired
New Smores Christmas ornaments are introduced each year and old ones are retired. If you see one you like, get it while you can. It may not be available next Christmas.
Smores Ornaments for Sports Fans
Does your child play a sport? Or do you have a sports fanatic on your shopping list this holiday season. Why not surprise them with a special sports themed set of Smores Christmas ornaments?
Smore Fun in the Great Outdoors
Do you love all sorts of outside activities? Smore ornaments are a great way to bring a bit of that fun to your Christmas tree.
Smore Christmas Ornaments for Your Profession
Let’s face it, our careers are big parts of our lives. These fun work themed Smores Christmas ornaments are sure to be a hit for your co-workers.
Display your Smores Ornaments All Year Long!
At Christmas, my Smore ornaments hang on the tree. The rest of the year, I have my Smores Ornament Collection on a shelf in my office so I can enjoy them year-round.
Smores Christmas Ornaments for Foodies
Do you have a foodie to buy for this Christmas? Here are some fun Smores Christmas ornaments that would be great for that special foodie in your life! I bought the Beer Brewing S’more for my beer-brewing husband earlier this year while we were at Bronner’s Christmas Store in Frankenmuth. So cute!
And last but not least, here are some more of my favorite S’mores Christmas ornaments that are super cute. I just love the glittery snowflake one. It would be perfect for my youngest daughter who loves her bling! And since all 4 of my kids play instruments, the music lovers ornament would be perfect for any of them. And what’s not to love about ugly Christmas sweaters!
Didn’t see what you need? Amazon has a ton more Smores ornaments! Click here to view their entire selection.
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While you are here, be sure to check out the rest of my gift ideas. So tell me… Do you think Smores Christmas ornaments are seriously cute? Do you have any for your tree? Do you collect them? Let’s talk!