Sunday, March 14, 2021

German Christmas Decorations

A traditional German Christmas tree requires traditional handmade German Christmas Decoration.  

I happen to love other cultures! 

On my side it's primarily German, Danish, and Swedish. My Step Grandma on my Dad's side was from the Philippines. I think the culture I connect with the most are Swedish and German. My Great Grandma came to America on a boat from Sweden. When my Grandmother passes away, I inherited a red Swedish horse. 

On my husband's side it's Mexican and German. He has a relative that came from Germany to Herman, Missouri. Half of Travis' relatives records are in Spanish. He has a furniture designer, a book binder, and a shoe designer on that side.

Both of our last names came from German decent: Spiehs and Apel. 
I shop for other culture merchandise, and artist items. It is just special to buy things that are different. Then my house has diversity and inclusion. They are things I want to keep. 

Schmidt Christmas Market has many choices to choose from! I really love their Music Boxes, Nutcrackers, and Ornaments. 
  • Baby's First Christmas
  • Baubles
  • Bells
  • Blown Glass
  • Christmas Clothing
  • Christmas Pyramids
  • Coca-Cola
  • Containers
  • Elves
  • Gift Baskets
  • Handmade German Smokers (Incense)
  • Handmade German Wood Decorations
  • Hanging Ornaments
  • Hubrig Art Folk Art
  • Jewelry
  • Kurt Adler Collection
  • Music Boxes
  • Nativity Scenes
  • Natural Wood 3D
  • Nutcrackers
  • Patriotic Ornaments
  • Pets
  • Poinsettias
  • Reindeer
  • Santa Claus
  • Snow Globes
  • Snowmen
  • Tabletop
  • Texas A&M University
  • Wreaths

If you were shopping in their selection, what would you shop for first?

I buy for Christmas all year around. It's not just a November and December things for me. If you want to buy from Schmidt Christmas Market shop here:

They have free shipping, when you spend over $20. I know that many places have free shipping much of the time, but these Christmas items come from Germany.

Where is your family from?

What are some special holiday items you have in your house?

Disclaimer: This post may have been exchanged for money. All opinions are my own. 


Theresa Mahoney said...

I also love to see ornaments from other countries. We try to buy ornaments for our tree when we travel. If we can't find an ornament, we buy a magnet. I'll have to check out their site and see what all they have.

Veronica Lee said...

What a beautiful ornament!

I love to see ornaments from other countries too.


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