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Do You Need: Last-Minute Filler Ornament Sources?

By Natalie |

I don’t know about you, but it seems like every year, once the ornaments are up on my tree, I realize there are uneven spots and that I’m in desperate need of more ornaments! Fillers needed!

Typically I like my ornament fillers to be either a neutral gold/white/silver or outlandishly colorful, and either super inexpensive with maximum bang for my bulk or else ridiculously special and one-of-a-kind and completely outlandish. So, you know. I guess it depends on my mood.

After the jump, I’ve compiled a few of my go-to sources for last-minute Christmas tree ornaments that will fit almost any decor scheme, and will be either economical and efficient, or else completely gang busters and ridiculous. Sound like fun? Oh good.

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Last-Minute Ornament Sources

Typeface Monogram Ornaments

White, textural, and text-ural (get it?) These will look good in your weird naked tree spot, I promise.
Find this last-minute filler at Anthropologie, $5.60

 

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Natalie Holbrook is a hopeless optimist living in a tiny apartment in New York City with her husband Brandon and her fat baby, Henry August. She blogs at Hey Natalie Jean, a love letter from her family to New York City, and where she capture all the lovely little things that make up a wonderful life. Read bio and latest posts → Read Natalie's latest posts →

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