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As the saying goes, "you are what you eat," so why not put your favorite foods on display over the holidays for all to see? Whether you are into the sweet, savory or just plain sour, there’s a fun food-inspired ornament that will set your tree apart from all others. Here are just a few of our favorites.
Does everyone tease you for how much of a carnivore you are? Omaha Steaks is offering an adorable T-Bone ornament ($9.50, OmahaSteaks.com) this year. Well done!
At Craftsy, one of their instructors is making Stranger Things ($4, Craftsy.com) ornaments, because of course. The ornaments are of Eleven (11), the girl on the show, over a waffle, her favorite food, and includes the trademark nosebleed, which she got when she performed her “magic." Scary good!
Kollar Chocolates is an artisan chocolate shop based in Napa Valley that specializes in edible works of art. Chris Kollar, the self-trained chocolatier and modern day Willy Wonka is constantly making realistic creations for the holidays. This season, Kollar has created DIY chocolate ornaments ($30, kollarchocolates.com) complete with cocoa butter and paint brushes.
Who doesn't love a good pickle? This year, add this amazing pickle ornament ($10, PapyrusOnline.com) to your tree for a fun and whimsical touch. It's sure to be a fun conversation starter. No big dill!
There's no breakfast edible more perfect than egg in toast, and this ornament perfectly captures the love we have for the all-in-one meal ($10.46, Sur la Table). We know that we're not alone when we say that this is eggsactly what we love seeing on our tree.
Everyone needs a drink this time of year. Hochstadter's Slow & Low ($4, GramercyWine.com) mini bottles are only 100ml, and perfectly sized for a tree ornament — just tie a bit of ribbon around the neck and add a hook! This DIY ornament is equally cute as a small gift to friends, especially those that like to share. Cheers!
The La Belle Macaron Ornaments from Olive & Cocoa look good enough to eat, but are for decorative purposes only. These sweet treats (s/8, $108, OliveandCocoa.com) are directly inspired by the colorful Parisian desserts, and they even come they packaged in a matching “macaron" style box.
If your friend lives for their takeout fix, this Chinese takeout ornament ($16, OrnamentShop.com) will show you totally have their number. And their favorite order. Eat up!