Christmas Ornaments As Travel Souvenirs

When we travel, instead of buying "regular" souvenirs, we ONLY buy Christmas Ornaments for ourselves. Then every year as we decorate the tree, we remember our trip.


We also buy them for any one else on our souvenir list That way, they have something they will use every year. For the last 15 years or so, everyone has been VERY happy with their gifts!

By Mary from Crown Point, IN

November 18, 20050 found this helpful

I do this too--it brings back such wonderful memories. There's the trolley from San Francisco, the small plate from Niagra Falls, shells from the beach, a small Statue of Liberty, a baseball ornament from when our son was on a traveling team...

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November 18, 20050 found this helpful

I collect nativity ornaments, and one of my favorite trip ornaments is the one from the smoky mountains with the black bears dressed as the nativity characters! It is nice to remember the trips at Christmas.

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November 17, 20070 found this helpful

I do that as well. Works great for us too!!

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