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
- Blown Glass
- Christmas Clothing
- Christmas Pyramids
- Gift Baskets
- Handmade German Smokers (Incense)
- Handmade German Wood Decorations
- Hanging Ornaments
- Hubrig Art Folk Art
- Kurt Adler Collection
- Music Boxes
- Nativity Scenes
- Natural Wood 3D
- Patriotic Ornaments
- Santa Claus
- Snow Globes
- Texas A&M University
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.