Deck the halls with beautiful baubles
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This felt robin may not have a red breast or even feathers, but it is super-cute.
Forget glitter and go for that rustic woodland look with these pine cones.
(£3.99 for 3, zarahome.com)
Art legend Tracey Emin’s bone-china robin bauble has won our hearts.
Jo Malone’s Frosted Cherry & Clove bauble enhances the smell of fresh pine needles.
After the tree comes down, hang this bodywash bauble in your shower.
Give your tree an All Creatures Great And Small vibe with this handmade glass squirrel.
There are five samples of Origins’ skincare bestsellers hiding away inside this bauble.
We heart Xmas
Scandify your tree with this classic heart bauble from Danish brand Madam Stolz.
Who says dinos aren’t festive? Hand-blown, hand-painted and sure to be handed down.
This sweet decoration looks good enough to eat, but he’s actually made of squishy felt.
You’ll never be without a hairband this yule, thanks to Redken’s Styling Bauble.
Cute and minimalist, this felt wool bear looks great on green or white trees.
This Georg Jensen decoration will make you want to keep your tree up all year.
(from £18, johnlewis.com)
Filled with chocolate truffles, pair this with a slug of sherry for a midnight treat.
Rein it in
He might lack a red nose, but this retro reindeer is flocked for extra kitsch factor.
Rule #1: only Santa can eat the gingerbread off the tree, no matter how tasty it looks.
(£39.50 per box, biscuiteers.com)
Intricate decorations like this tiny bird in a cage are perfect for smaller trees.
(£6 for two, ikea.com)
This colourful Valentino bauble is so stylish it deserves a designer tree. Do it justice.
Brighten up branches with these Alessi nativity baubles.
(£49 for five or £14.50 each, johnlewis.com)
Warning: these sweet mince pie, cracker and pudding decorations aren’t nibble-able.
If the Queen’s speech is your favourite bit of Christmas, then this kitsch portrait is for you.
A partridge would go well with these pears. Or perhaps a few golden apples.
(£7.50 each, pavilionbroadway.co.uk)
Waterford’s claddagh bauble has the year inscribed on it, making it a great keepsake, too.
Turn Christmas tradition on its head with this glass duck with gold glitter wings.
This fancy embroidered bauble by Sudha Pennathur is perfect for grown-up trees.
We’re all a flutter over this bauble – ideal for helping your tree to work the feather trend.
(from £19.50, luxdeco.com)
Ciaté’s stylish tree trinket contains a mini bottle of a pretty party-season nail polish.
Catch a star
The frankincense and cardamom in this bauble will be a great pick-me-up.