Mint Green Christmas Tree Ornaments and Decorations
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I’ve always loved the color green. It’s a very peaceful, calming, and lush color. (It’s always a color that usually looks great on Irish redheads such as myself.)
When I was a teenager I went through a “green phase” when I had mint green sneakers, regularly wore green jewelry, and sometimes even wore green nail polish.
Well, I don’t wear green nail polish anymore — ever — but I do still really like green.
Mint is a soft shade of green that has a sort of dreamy look to it, as opposed to a more bold and bright look. If you’re looking to add it into your Christmas decor, check out these six pretty and unique ornaments I found.
Table of Contents
- 1 Mint Green Glass Scooter Ornament
- 2 Mint Green Glass Owl Ornament
- 3 Mint Green Mercury Glass Ornament Garland
- 4 Mint Green Shatterproof Christmas Ball Ornaments
- 5 Using Mint Green Ribbon for your Christmas Tree
- 6 Making a Mint Green Christmas Tree
- 7 Mint Green and Red Christmas Decor
Mint Green Glass Scooter Ornament
Here’s a cute novelty ornament! This scooter is made of glittered glass and is 3 1/2 inches high. It comes hanging on a silver ribbon. A perfect gift for your biker friend.
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Mint Green Glass Owl Ornament
This mercury glass owl ornament is shown here in mint green, but it also comes in nine other colors, including gold, copper, light blue, and red. It comes in a set of three ornaments, with each being three and a half inches high and two inches wide.
Mint Green Mercury Glass Ornament Garland
This 72-inch garland is beautiful for wrapping around your Christmas tree, decorating a window or doorway, or hanging from the mantel.
Mint Green Shatterproof Christmas Ball Ornaments
These beautiful shatterproof ornaments ” combine the beauty and luster of real glass with the unbreakable practicality of plastic.” They come in a set of 12, come ready for hanging, and are packaged in an attractive gift box.
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After finding all those ornaments on Amazon, I headed over to Etsy, where, not surprisingly, there were several really pretty and handmade items …
If you like ornaments that come in a set, or prefer the idea of handmade ornaments, then you might like these lace ceramic stars. They come in a set of three, are made from white clay, and glazed in a shiny mint color on both sides. There is a matching set of green lace Christmas tree ornaments as well.
This soft vintage ornament is made from shimmering cotton-blend mint green material. It’s decorated with gimp braid trim, sequins, pearls, beads, and crystals, so it’s very ornate and sparkly!
The embellishments are sealed into ornament for added strength and durability so that the ornament will last for many years. Still, this might not be the best ornament for you if you have little kids, or cats that like to knock ornaments off the Christmas tree.
Here’s a cute little green owl ornament made of wool blended felt and cotton fabric. It’s three inches tall and two inches wide. Because of its simplistic design, it’s very versatile. The Etsy seller suggests using it as a bowl or basket filler to create a decoration that fits in either a “folk art” or “cottage chic” setting.
Do you live in California, Arizona, Nevada, or New Mexico? Do you know someone who does? If so, these mint green cactus ornaments could make the perfect gift for them. They are made of felt and ribbon and are three and a half inches tall. If you prefer, you can request that several of them be made into a garland decoration.
Using Mint Green Ribbon for your Christmas Tree
If you can’t find the ornaments you want — or you just want more — you can “mint up” your tree by being creative with mint green-colored ribbon or different textures and widths. The use of ribbon can give your tree a very elegant look.
Just look how gorgeous this can be!
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Making a Mint Green Christmas Tree
Another option is to have your tree be mint-colored!
Seriously … you really can do this, by taking an artificial tree and spray-painting it. Apparently, if you do it right, it doesn’t look tacky or weird at all.
Isn’t this tree gorgeous?
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Did you find on ornament that fits into your mint green holiday decor scheme? Or maybe one that makes a perfect gift for a friend or relative? I hope so!
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Mint Green and Red Christmas Decor
Before I wrap here, I wanted to add some ornaments that combine the colors or red and green. I love red and green together, even if it has nothing to do with Christmas. For instance, our house is brick with dark green shutters, and living room has cherry wood furniture and pale green walls.
Here are some ornaments and other decorations I found that capture that red and green look that I love so much:
DIY Red and Green Peppermint Candy Ornaments
These peppermint candy ornaments are really cute and surprisingly easy to make. Just spray the inside of a cookie cutter, lay it on a cookie sheet covered with parchment paper, and place peppermint candies in a single layer inside them.
Bake at 350 degrees for about 7 minutes, wait two minutes, then poke a hole for hanging with a toothpick.
DIY Faux Peppermint Candy Ornaments
If you don’t want to use actual candies, you can make “faux peppermint” ornaments with tulle and ribbon:
And here’s a beautiful photo I found on Pinterest for decorating your fireplace. They used solid, bold red wreaths, mint green-colored bows and garland, and then filled ceramic vases with green and red ball ornaments.
I sure had fun finding the ornaments and decoration ideas for this post! I hope you enjoyed reading it and that it helped you find the perfect ornaments for this year’s holiday season.