Decorating Our Christmas Tree with Hallmark Keepsake Ornaments
Today, on Redhead Mom, I’m sharing about Hallmark Keepsake Ornaments in partnership with Hallmark.
This is my favorite time of the year! I love the Christmas songs, decorations, lights, baked goodies, and overall feeling of the holidays. When I was a young girl, this time of year was always so special. I loved helping put up our Christmas tree and then hanging up the different ornaments we had collected over the years. After we hung up the ornaments, we would complete our tree with silver tinsel icicles (remember those?) all over.
Once I became a mom, I knew I wanted to continue this special tradition of decorating the tree as a family – just like when I was growing up. Our kids love to help decorate the tree (even now that they are teenagers)! I love seeing them go through the ornaments and excitedly pick the ones they want to hang up. The Hallmark Keepsake Ornaments are always chosen first. I not only love the look of the different ornaments, but I love reminiscing over the memories each ornament has.
Fun Facts About Hallmark Keepsake Ornaments
- They’ve created more than 8,500 ornaments since 1973.
- 500 new ornaments are created every year and released during special events starting in July.
- Each ornament is exclusive to the year it releases.
- They have more than 50 different licensed properties for pop culture fans.
- Their ornaments are designed and sculpted in Kansas City, MO.
- It takes a team of artists, writers, editors, and engineers to bring their innovative designs to life.
- Using advanced technology, they take their ornaments to the next level with interactive designs, light, sound and motion.
This year, I received some cute family themed Hallmark Keepsake Ornaments. They included cute snowman ice cream cones – “Moms Are Sweet,” “Dads Are Sweet,” “Sons Are Sweet,” and “Daughters Are Sweet.” I’m looking forward to hanging theses cute ornaments up with the rest of our holiday ornaments!
What do you like about Hallmark Keepsake Ornaments?
What family traditions do you have when you decorate your Christmas tree?