Over the years I’ve noticed that boxed ornament sets always seem to be filled with slightly different versions of the same thing. Balsam Hill is making the world of ornaments, and the limbs of your Christmas tree, infinitely more interesting with its Woodland Ornament Set. The curated collection features an assortment of textures and natural materials like glass, bark, and wood, turning holiday decorating into a truly tactile experience. You can almost hear the leaves crunching underneath your feet as you pull each ornament from the box.
I was immediately impressed with the realistic quality of each ornament. It’s clear just how much time and consideration went into making the collection look as natural and lifelike as possible. This larger-than-life acorn is made entirely of wood and if you look closely at the detail of woodwork and use of real pinecone, you’ll quickly understand why this one has become a family favorite. (Yes, my son had to use two hands to hold it!)
What makes this collection so unique is its mixing of materials and textures. Amongst other forest-floor treasures you will find pinecones, bird’s nests, speckled eggs, a few (faux) furry friends, and a snowball that picked up twigs somewhere along its journey. This frosted holly ornament adds a breath of whimsy to the collection and pops against the earth tones of the other pieces.
Enter The Giveaway
As part of our Great Christmas Giveaway with Balsam Hill, we’re giving readers a chance to turn their living room into a holiday wonderland. Enter to win the 35-piece Woodland Ornament Set from Balsam Hill by filling out the form below.
If you missed our previous giveaways in the series, you still have time to enter! Visit The Great Christmas Giveaway Part 1 to win a new Balsam Hill Christmas tree, The Great Christmas Giveaway Part 2 to win a lovely collection of holiday ornaments, and The Great Christmas Giveaway Part 3 to win a Santa centerpiece for the holiday mantle.
What’s your favorite tree decorating tradition?
This post is sponsored by Balsam Hill.