The Christmas tree is a symbol of the holiday. It is a rite of passage when families come together, good food is prepared, carols are sung, and presents are exchanged. Be it evergreen, wooden, plastic, sprayed with glitter, or made of a vinyl decal, the Christmas tree evokes a simpler time in us all and illuminates the cold days and nights of December. The ornaments though…the ornaments are what show who we are. They are small representations of our character; our passions, our beliefs, our dreams, and our memories. Being a Tiny houser or a traveler or an adventurer, these are some of the ornaments you should have this year to help you show your love for the tiny lifestyle.
THE TINY HOUSE TREE ORNAMENT SET
Handmade and sold by Jenna of Tiny House Giant Journey this 4-piece Christmas tree ornament set with hardware (bus, van, tiny house, and “Live Simply”) are easy to hang and perfect for letting others know the way you prefer to live life.
MY TINY CABIN
This Tiny House Ornament is a 3D paper replica of a real tiny house, My Tiny Cabin, built by CJ “Ceige” Taylor. Each ornament has a wreath affixed to the roof so you can easily hang it on your tree. You can also display the Tiny House Ornament on a shelf or table.
HIKING COMPASS ORNAMENT
To let folks know you aren’t afraid to kick the 9-to-5, throw on some Merrell’s, grab an old trail map, and discover the inlays of the United States, this hanging ornament is perfect. The Hiking Compass Ornament is a little heavy on the tree branch but it deserves a spot on your tree this year.
Nothing says “I’m home” quite like an ornament in the shape of your home state. If you live in a different location from where you were born these state ornaments are a subtle way to show your hometown pride. Another fun idea is to fasten them together to show your journey in life; where you’ve been and even where you’re going.
OUR FIRST TINY HOUSE CHRISTMAS
You’ve done it. You’ve gone tiny and you want to remember the date! Just like that 2014 trip to Disney World that you had memorialized on a dated frame or the napkin from the restaurant the night he proposed to you, this ‘Our First Tiny House Christmas‘ is a great piece to mark a special moment in life. Complete with the year stamped on it, this is a great ornament to start your tiny house life with!