Something festive caught your eye in this week’s magazine?
We’ve scoured the shops for the best baubles of 2019. Is it too soon to put up the tree?
A tiny sausage dog filled with sequins! Hello, and welcome to our tree.
A cassette-load of festive disco – park this next to the George Michael bauble.
Behold the cheeky face of Alessi’s Asinello bauble – resistance is futile (£16.50, alessi.com).
Add a joyful flavour with Oliver Bonas’s tiny multicoloured beaded piñata.
Monsoon have said they’re “feline festive”: for that pun alone we’re including this tiger.
If you favour a more minimalist look, we recommend Sainsbury’s artistic tree.
Add some serious drama and flair with this floral beauty from Liberty.
Take a trip away from the traditional with these vibrant pompom tassels by Amara.
£12 for two, amara.com
A visual reminder that Christmas isn’t great news for gingerbread people.
This gorgeous Olivia hand-painted bauble can be colour-customised to your tree.
Give the gift of cross stitch with this mini starter’s design for your Nordmann fir.
Just when you thought you had Frida Kahlo fatigue, along comes this delightful design.
A tree strapped to a rocket with gold stars; to paraphrase Mariah, it’s all we want for Christmas.
TIME TO EVOLVE
Sorry Father Christmas – we’re all about this tiny Charles ‘Father of Evolution’ Darwin.
Instead of giving away your heart, opt for a Freedom-era George Michael bauble.
Homesense will donate £1 to The Prince’s Trust for their Hang a Bauble campaign.
Get some Moby Dick Energy with Petersham Nurseries’ Victoriana whale.
Next’s cute and fuzzy Christmas puddings are irresistible additions to your collection.
£8 for two, next.co.uk
Where else should you buy a Gisela Graham hummingbird bauble but from London Zoo?
Know a sneaker head? This little fella is just the thing to decorate their tree.
HANG A HILARY
Pay tribute to Fleabag with this felt guinea pig complete with carrot and Santa hat.
Buy this bauble and Accessorize will donate 10% to the Young Women’s Trust.
Meet George: he’s a felt pooch that can juggle while wearing spiffy trousers.
The perfect present to find on the tree come Christmas morning is a Mulberry keyring.
Made by women in India, these fabric dinosaurs are a roaring way to support Oxfam.
£7.99 for two, oxfam.org.uk
In our year of Margaret Atwood, this little Offred from Heidi Friday is a must for your spruce.
Pink and green should always be seen – we love the colours of this Anna + Nina design.
Add some serious drama and flair with this beauty from Liberty London.
The Conran Shop does decorations in every colour of the rainbow, but we love this one.