Coffee Christmas Ornaments – Add Some Java to the Holidays!
If you love that heavenly aroma of freshly brewed coffee, that little shiver of anticipation just before you take your first sip and then the java-licious flavor meets your taste buds and for just a second (or longer if you’re lucky) you’re transported from your hectic kitchen, busy workplace etc to a tiny piece of paradise then you’re a true coffee lover.
All true coffee lovers deserve to be able to declare their affection for this humble beverage during the holidays and what better way than by hanging coffee Christmas ornaments on their tree?
I like the idea of bags of coffee beans hanging on the tree, but that’s quite a waste of coffee beans when you could be turning them into that elixir we all love, but luckily there’s lots of different types of coffee ornaments you can hang on your tree instead.
I have selected some of the best coffee ornaments for your Christmas tree here and whether you can theme your whole tree around them or whether you have to limit yourself to just one I’m sure you’ll find a perfect ornament right here. I’m married to a tea drinker so I have to limit myself to just one (or 2 or 3 or…..) ornaments on our tree as opposed to a whole coffee themed tree!
Plain Colored Christmas Baubles for a Coffee Themed Tree
What Filler Ornaments Do You Need?
Before we get to the gorgeous coffee ornaments you have to think about what other ornaments you might want to buy. If you’re planning a tabletop tree then you can simply add a few coffee ornaments and it’s decorated, but a big tree…….You’re probably going to need some filler ornaments so that your tree doesn’t look too bare.
Using plain ornaments in colors that compliment your theme you can make your tree look full without having to get too many specialized ornaments. If you’re looking at a coffee themed Christmas tree then you need to look for brown, beige, cream, champagne and gold colored ornaments as these will keep up the warm feel of the tree and look good with the rest of your ornaments.
There are different shades of brown that can be used and I like to buy my filler ornaments as sets like the bauble styled ones (pictured to the side) as this is much more affordable.
Sometimes you can get sets that include ball style ornaments with finials, icicles and onion shaped ornaments and these are great for adding more depth to your tree.
These delicious chocolate brown colored finial drop ornaments come in four different finishes – matte, shiny, glitter and holographic which just helps to add a feeling of texture to the tree as well.
The set of three coffee ornaments featured above would be welcome on any coffeephile’s tree, but if you want more just keep scrolling down.
Buying sets of ornaments does help to fill out your tree quicker than buying individuals and this set of 6 cute coffee bauble ornaments are perfect.
Ornaments actually shaped like the coffee’s you’d order when you’re out with friends look great among the more ‘usual’ bauble style ornaments.
Another idea for using on a coffee themed tree is children’s tea set cups. If you have a child who’s grown out of having tea parties with her dolls then you can take the cups from the set, add ribbons and tie them onto your tree.
Fun Coffee Ornaments
I love some of the fun sayings that seem to accompany coffee and I loved it when I saw that you could incorporate some of these onto Christmas ornaments as well.
So perk up and add a touch of fun to your Holiday Java decor!
More Coffee Ornaments for the Holidays
There are lots more ornaments you can get for your coffee themed tree, I could fill pages for you, but I hope that I’ve managed to give you a little taste as to how good your tree could look.
If you still want to look at more ornaments then check out this post –
Coffee Christmas Ornaments – this post has options for ‘coffee to go’ style ornaments as well as ornaments for all of the different styles of coffee from Lattes to Espresso and more.
Extra Ideas for a Very Java-licious Tree
When it comes to a coffee themed tree you don’t have to stick to just coffee, sometimes you have to think outside of the box. One example is teaspoons – who has coffee without a teaspoon to stir it? Simply tie teaspoons to your tree for a hint of silver or use plastic teaspoons painted in festive colors.
Another idea is to add a little something sweet to your tree to compliment your coffee – I always like a slice of cake when I’m meeting ‘the girls’ for coffee so you could add cupcake Christmas ornaments, donut Christmas ornaments etc to your tree as well.
If, like me, you share your Christmas tree with a tea drinker then you can always have a tea and coffee themed Christmas tree and add a joyous plethora of tea ornaments scattered among your coffee ones (make sure there’s more coffee represented though!).
Will You Be Celebrating Coffee on Your Tree?
If you’re a coffeephile then I hope you’ll give at least a little nod to your favorite caffeine source on your Christmas tree even if it’s only one ornament.
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