Best Red Christmas Tree Ornaments

July 26, 2022 12 min read

Gathering up the perfect Christmas ornaments is more than a pastime, it’s a way of life. Whether you're starting from scratch or adding to an already impressive collection, whether you prefer delicate or indestructible, these red ornaments will turn your Christmas tree into the talk of the town this holiday season.

1. Red Bow Holly Hat Snowman Ornament

Children used to look forward to snowfalls with great anticipation a long time ago, when there weren't as many toys available and neighbors could be miles apart. Because of this miraculous blessing from above, they were able to fashion a new friend for themselves in the form of their very own snowman. 

2. Shiny Red Northern Cardinal Ornament

The presence of birds on a Christmas tree is considered traditional due to the fact that birds are considered to be symbols of happiness and joy. The sound of the gas flame in the workshop would encourage the birds to sing, so glassblowers would frequently keep wild birds during the winter months in their homes. The birds were eventually released back into the wild when spring arrived. 

3. Large Shiny Red Heart Ornament

Since the beginning of time, the symbol of Valentine's Day and love has been regifted by a heart. Additionally, the heart is a symbol of the love that Christians have for Jesus Christ, whose birthday is celebrated during the Christmas season. The ornament in the shape of a glass heart is the consummate expression of compatibility between both of these occasions.

4. Large Matte Red Heart Ornament

Since the beginning of time, the symbol of Valentine's Day and love has been regifted by a heart. Additionally, the heart is a symbol of the love that Christians have for Jesus Christ, whose birthday is celebrated during the Christmas season. The ornament in the shape of a glass heart is the consummate expression of compatibility between both of these occasions.

5. Red Angel With Lyre Ornament

People believe that angels serve as a link between humans and God and the heavenly realm. Angels are a presence that can bring comfort because they symbolize love, peace, and purity. In order to depict their idea of what a beautiful angel should look like, glassblowers frequently used the innocent and childlike features of their own daughters when creating angel ornaments. 

6. Red Wine Bottle Ornament

The ancient Egyptians are credited with perfecting the art of winemaking around 3000 B.C., after which it spread throughout the rest of the world. The grapes are initially crushed, then their juice is fermented, and finally the finished wine is bottled for sale to customers. The consumption of wine, which was once thought to be a gift from the gods, is common practice at various types of celebrations.

7. Red Rose Bouquet Ornament

Due to the fact that roses are seen as a symbol of love and affection, they are frequently gifted as a unique and thoughtful gift. Since the time of the Victorian era, rose ornaments have been widely used as symbols of both the natural beauty and the sincerity of love.

8. Red Tennis Racquet Ornament

The year 12th century is credited as the beginning of tennis. Today, millions of people play the game, ranging from novices to experienced athletes at the professional level. The Open championships, broadcast television, and fashionable tennis uniforms all contributed to the sport's popularity surge in the 1960s, which is when the surge began. Recreational tennis remains one of the most played sports in the world. From the 44088th assortment.

9. Red Electric Guitar Ornament

The electric guitar was invented in the 1930s, and by the 1940s, Gibson, Fender, and Les Paul were all producing their own versions of the instrument. This led to the instrument's widespread popularity. Electrical amplification was used in conjunction with a solid wooden body in an effort to reduce or eliminate feedback. The electric guitar eventually established itself as the signature instrument of the United States. 

10. Shiny Red Heart Ornament

Since the beginning of time, the symbol of Valentine's Day and love has been regifted by a heart. Additionally, the heart is a symbol of the love that Christians have for Jesus Christ, whose birthday is celebrated during the Christmas season. The ornament in the shape of a glass heart is the consummate expression of compatibility between both of these occasions.

11. Large Red Cardinal Ornament

The presence of birds on a Christmas tree is considered traditional due to the fact that birds are considered to be symbols of happiness and joy. The sound of the gas flame in the workshop would encourage the birds to sing, so glassblowers would frequently keep wild birds during the winter months in their homes. The birds were eventually released back into the wild when spring arrived.

12. Small Red Heart Ornament

Since the beginning of time, the symbol of Valentine's Day and love has been regifted by a heart. Additionally, the heart is a symbol of the love that Christians have for Jesus Christ, whose birthday is celebrated during the Christmas season. The ornament in the shape of a glass heart is the consummate expression of compatibility between both of these occasions.

13. Red Fox Ornament

Because of its crafty demeanor, the fox is regarded as a wise animal in a great number of Native American cultures. It is also considered a trickster for the same reason as the previous example. Foxes are adaptable and opportunistic, but they are also family-oriented, and when they are raising their young, they frequently form attachments that last a lifetime.

14. Red Starfish Ornament

There are two names for the same animal: the starfish and the sea star. Despite the fact that it lives in the ocean, due to the star-like shape of its body, it has a connection with the heavens. Because it is a celestial symbol that flourishes rather than perishes when submerged in water, it is a regiftation of love that is unadulterated and unending.

15. Red Bible Ornament

The Bible is a collection of books that were written over the course of sixteen centuries by over forty different authors. It is revered as the word of God in many different religions. It is the book that has sold the most copies throughout history and been translated into more languages than any other text, and it tells the story of God's involvement in the course of human events. 

16. Red Slipper Ornament

This exquisite glass ornament was made by mouth-blowing delicately into a mold that was painstakingly crafted. The container was then filled with a boiling solution of liquid silver. In the end, the ornament was hand-painted in a delicate manner using a variety of glitters and brightly colored lacquers so that you can enjoy it.

17. Red Delicious Apple

Apples have long been used as a symbol of temptation in Christian culture. Apples were used during the reenactment of the story of Adam and Eve on Christmas Eve in order to emphasize the significance of Christ's birth. During the giftation of the Paradise plays in medieval times, apples were hung on evergreen trees in order to regift the Garden of Eden.

18. Red-winged Blackbird Ornament

A common sight atop cattails, along roadsides, and on telephone wires, the Red-winged Blackbird is one of the most common species of birds found across the continent of North America. Males have crimson and yellow shoulder patches, which, depending on their level of self-assurance, they may choose to display or conceal. The joyful sound of their arrival song heralds the arrival of spring in northern regions.

19. Lucky Red Envelope Ornament

In Chinese culture, as well as in other Asian societies, it is traditional to give members of one's family and circle of friends a lucky red envelope containing money. The customary greeting of "Happy New Year!" is written on a red envelope, which is then gifted to the recipient at special events such as weddings, graduations, and the introduction of a new child.

20. Red Squid Ornament

There is still a great deal that is unknown about the red squid, just like there is about a great many other marine animals. The ocean gives the impression of being a vast world full of a great many mysteries and unknowns. Scientists spend their entire careers devoting themselves to discovering new things about the world's most mysterious element: water.

21. Red Peppermint Reflection

The Vintage Reflections Collection was designed with the 1940s and 1950s as its source of inspiration. It is crafted from blown glass and decorated to imitate the mercury finish that is found on traditional Victorian ornaments. Peppermint Extract, Red Reflection, with its radiating indents and vibrant colors, manages to capture the sentimental feelings evoked by the holiday spirit.

22. Red Rose Ornament

One of the most stunningly beautiful flowers that nature has to offer is the rose. The pointed thorns serve as a stark contrast to the expression of promise, hope, and new beginnings that are conveyed by the flower. The delicate bush is shielded from harm by the thorns, which also enable it to show off its beauty. It is traditional to associate ardor and romantic love with the red rose.

23. School House Ornament

During the late 1800s and early 1900s in the United States, it was not unusual to find a quaint little red schoolhouse in the middle of a rural community. All of the students from first grade up through eighth grade were tutored by the same teacher in a single, unadorned room. The teacher had limited supplies, books, and individual chalkboards for each student.

24. Short Stuff Santa Ornament

The figure of Santa Claus is thought to have originated from the historical figure of Saint Nicholas, who lived in Europe, as well as from American poets who wrote children's poetry during the 19th century. On the evening before Christmas, children everywhere fantasize about meeting the jolly old man in the red suit known as Santa Claus.

25. Fire Truck Ornament

What could possibly be more exciting than riding around in your childhood dream car—a shiny, bright red fire truck! To ensure that children gained knowledge while playing with their toys, toymakers frequently replicated aspects of real-world objects. A child might daydream about being a valiant firefighter who bravely fights off danger.

26. Barn Ornament

The scene depicts a typical day in the farmyard and is painted in the traditional barn colors of red and white. There are chickens, a cow, and an old-fashioned tractor parked next to the barn. The Barn ornament brings to mind images of life on a farm in the United States of America, as well as traditional country values such as honesty, hard work, and love of the land.

27. Gingerbread Barn Ornament

The barn, which is typically found on ranches and farms and is painted in the classic color scheme of red and white. The American country lifestyle and its traditional values, such as honesty, hard work, and love of the land are all symbolized by barns. In this illustration, the barn is decorated for the holidays in the unique style of a gingerbread confection!

28. Texas State Flag Ornament

The Republic of Texas flies the Flag of the Lone Star as its official national flag. The colors red, white, and blue on the state flag stand for valor, purity, and allegiance respectively. Fortitude, loyalty, prudence, righteousness, and open-mindedness are the five characteristics that make up a good citizen, and they are regifted by the five points of the star.

29. Hilton Head Lighthouse Ornament

Climbing up to the observation deck of the iconic red-and-white striped lighthouse that can be found on Hilton Head Island is possible throughout the entire year. It offers breathtaking panoramas of the Atlantic Ocean, the island's untouched beaches, and the world-class golf courses.

30. God Bless America Heart

Throughout history, the symbol of love has been associated with hearts. The colors red, white, and blue, which are found on the flag of the United States of America, are used to wrap the heart in this illustration. The God Bless America Heart is a symbol of patriotism, freedom, and togetherness in the American people.

31. Chinese Lantern Ornament

Red is the most common color for the paper or silk that is used to make Chinese lanterns, which are considered works of art and are used as decorations. Each lantern will be hand-decorated by an artist with designs inspired by Chinese art or calligraphy. Stunning floating lanterns that can light up the night sky with the help of sky lanterns can be made by placing a candle inside the lantern.

32. Barber Pole Ornament

A barber's pole is a type of sign that is traditionally used by barbers. It is a pole that has a helix of red, white, and blue stripes wrapped around it. This stunning glass ornament in the shape of a barber pole would be an ideal gift for one's go-to barber.

33. Crawfish Ornament

This freshwater shellfish is considered to be a delicacy in the city of New Orleans. Gather your loved ones around for a good old-fashioned crawfish boil, complete with plenty of crayfish, red potatoes, and andouille sausage. Because of the Cajun people's undying devotion to their crawdaddies, the crawfish was officially recognized as the official state crustacean in the year 1983.

34. Canadian Flag Ornament

The red maple leaf that is the national symbol of Canada is depicted on the Canadian flag. This leaf is placed on a white section that is sandwiched between two red fields. The areas that are white stand for tranquility and sincerity, while the areas that are red regift toughness, bravery, and strength. The current version of the national flag was adopted on February 15, 1965.

35. Single Joy Ornament Stand

By using our Single Joy Ornament Stand, you can share in the happiness that comes with the holiday season. This cheery ornament holder is a merry way to show off your favorite blown glass ornament, and it's perfect for the holiday season! (up to 3.75" high). Each ornament stand is finished in gold, and there is a jolly red bow atop each one. Best wishes for the holiday season!

36. Santa's Hat Ornament

The figure of Santa Claus is thought to have originated from the European Saint Nicholas as well as from children's stories written in the United States during the 19th century.

37. Garden Tomato Ornament

The tomato, which is also known as a love apple, is a popular plant that is grown for both its edible and ornamental qualities. Because of its stunning red and green colors, it was a natural choice for early mold makers and glass blowers who wanted to create a festive ornament many years ago. These craftsmen used it as a base for their ornaments. It is one of the most beloved ornaments on the Christmas tree even to this day. Due to the fact that Santa Claus resides at the North Pole, he is required to dress appropriately for the bitterly cold climate by donning a red suit that is trimmed with fur and a matching hat.

38. Fishing Bobber Ornament

At the very least, every angler's tackle box needs to contain at least one bobber. Bobbers come in a wide variety of styles and designs, and the patent for the traditional red-and-white model was held by Harry Basil Irwin. However, the purpose of a bobber is to keep a hook afloat no matter how deep the water is. Shall we go out fishing?

39. Ice Pop Ornament

People can get the impression that they are going to disintegrate when the sun is shining so intensely on a hot summer day. A red, white, and blue iced pop is the perfect treat for a sunbather looking to cool off and feel refreshed. This beloved dessert not only brings joy but also demonstrates patriotism by sporting the colors of the American flag.

40. Festive Christmas Sweater

The wearing of cozy Christmas sweaters is once again a tradition associated with the holiday season. People are digging through their closets from the 1980s in search of sweaters to wear to the new tradition of sweater themed parties and friendly competition. Sweaters with large prints and bright colors like red, green, and white are a bold way to announce the arrival of winter.

41. Biker Santa Ornament

Vroom Vroom! Santa has ditched his sleigh in favor of a motorcycle these days. Only the most awesome and well-behaved children will receive gifts from him, which he will deliver on the back of his bike in a gift bag. Even Saint Nicholas has embraced the biker aesthetic, donning a leather jacket in place of his traditional red suit.

42. Nostalgic Santa Ornament

The European figure of Saint Nicholas and American authors who wrote children's poetry in the 19th century are the two primary sources from which the legend of Santa Claus originated. On the evening before Christmas, children everywhere fantasize about meeting the jolly old man in the red suit known as Santa Claus. Santa Claus stands for the purity of childhood and the enchantment of the fantastic.

43. Santa With Wreath Ornament

The figure of Santa Claus is thought to have originated from the historical figure of Saint Nicholas, who lived in Europe, as well as from American poets who wrote children's poetry during the 19th century. On the evening before Christmas, children everywhere fantasize about meeting the jolly old man in the red suit known as Santa Claus. Santa Claus stands for the purity of childhood and the enchantment of the fantastic.

44. Santa's Puppy Love Ornament

The figure of Santa Claus is thought to have originated from the historical figure of Saint Nicholas, who lived in Europe, as well as from American poets who wrote children's poetry during the 19th century. On the evening before Christmas, children everywhere fantasize about meeting the jolly old man in the red suit known as Santa Claus. Santa Claus stands for the purity of childhood and the enchantment of the fantastic.

45. Swedish Dala Horse Ornament

One of the most well-known examples of traditional Swedish handicraft and one of the country's most sought-after mementos, the Dala Horse is a wooden horse that is carved and painted by hand. The name originates from the province of Dalarna, which is located in the middle of Sweden. The red-orange horses that come from the small village of Nuns, which is close to Mora, are the most popular.

46. Cappuccino Ornament

This lovely beverage, which we know today as a double espresso with hot milk and foam, did not become popular outside of Italy until the 1930s, when it was served in cafes in Austria and Germany. Today, we know it as a double espresso with hot milk and foam. The name comes from the reddish-brown color of the Capuchin friars' robes, which served as the source of inspiration for their hoods (aka, little cappuccio).

47. Dragon Fruit Ornament

A cactus known as the Honolulu queen is the host plant for the dragon fruit. The cactus has some very unusual characteristics, such as flowers that only bloom at night and fruit that looks like the scaled skin of a dragon due to its bright red exterior and green interior. The cactus is originally from southern Mexico and Central America, but it is now cultivated in many other regions of the world.

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