The Irish Gift Guide – Christmas Decorations

I’ve seen so many gorgeous Christmas decorations made in Ireland so I decided to tell you about some of them.

Maple Tree Pottery. A variety of beautiful ceramic products (not just Christmas). You can even personalise them.

Huggable Home has some really lovely Christmas decorations. The ones I’ve featured are handstitched felt ones but there are also gorgeous hand painted elephants and more.

Rachel Quinn Ceramics, based in Sligo, makes beautiful pieces, including angels and Nativity Cribs.

Sew Cosy makes beautiful bunting and quilts. Well worth checking out

Shameless plug for me šŸ™‚ I’m making Sligo themed Christmas Decorations. So if you love Benbulben and Knocknarea you might like these.

Krafts by Karen Duignan makes beautiful pieces for Christmas and other times of the year. You can find more here:

T&E Creative have various items and Sue tells me she’s in the process of getting more photos taken so keep an eye on her Facebook page:

Olann Iontach makes a variety of fibre art including needle felt. You can see a selection on the image about but there’s a lot more on the website:

Sarah McKenna produces handmade Irish pottery which perfectly offers a reminder of joy once known, linking memories, sentiment and nostalgia to transform an everyday object into a special gift which will be cherished now and as an heirloom in the future. Find her here:

Busy Beaders has a huge variety of baubles including ones in memory of loved ones. You can also order commission pieces too.

Precious Pebbles by Verna. A lovely way to remember someone and a lovely gift for someone too

Karen Pleass is a textile artist and makes beautiful recycled textile art inspired by nature and the landscapes & seascapes of Ireland and the Wild Atlantic Way.

Ceesa’s Creations have a wide variety of Christmas decorations, including a quarantine one – for this different type of year. Find them here:

The Bear’s Cabin in Co. Leitrim have personalised reindeer for order. So you can have one for every member of you family

Fans of Whimsy has a variety of lanterns for sale. Click here to view them all

WildBird Studio makes beautiful things from glass, including the stars in the photo above

A wonderful hand turned wooden Christmas Tree. Handing or freestanding this decoration would be a lovely addition to anyoneā€™s home. Find them here:

Behind Her Green Eyes does magic things were paper. Have a look at her shop here:

NutJob Design has a wide range of Christmas ornaments including these party animals, which can also be personalised.

Sundew Crafts knits cute Christmas decorations and lots of other cute things too. Find them here:

Kings Forge Glass has a lovely variety of fused glass ornaments and gifts

Annette Whelan makes fused glass tree decorations and Christmas candleholders. Her website is here:

Suzanne O’Sullivan makes beautiful things from glass. Check out her Facebook page to see more:

Merry Angels are partially made from recycled coffee pods

Michelle from Camlake Canvas has baubles of Lough Melvin, Bad Eddie and more.

Katie Makes Christmas decorations by upcycling Demin and other material

PQ Glass Design has a glass Nativity Set and also other decorations. See more on the Facebook page:

Button Studio makes cute little decorations using recycled buttons

Helen Hancock Glass makes bespoke baubles. These can be made using ashes from a loved one, breast milk and more. Find out all the details here:

The Calligraphy Gift Shop will personalise baubles for you, and check out their reusable gift wrapping too.

Award- winning Irish stained glass art by Bianco Divito Glass Art. All stunningly beautiful:

Lough Gur Pottery make beautiful personalised Christmas ornaments. They also make angels too. Shop here

Dream Vessel Art has a variety of decorations and not just Christmas ones either. Have a look at her shop:

Santa will need a key but GG Designs can look after that and personalise it too

Remembering loved ones this Christmas with these hearts by Crafty Drawers

Liz Courtie has a range of Ceramic, Hand Painted & Decoupage Christmas Tree Decorations.

Memo Me has a range of bunting.

So there you have it. The great big bumper Irish Christmas decoration post! There were so many more I could have added too so there might be a part two (ooh I’m a poet!) Happy shopping.

4 thoughts on “The Irish Gift Guide – Christmas Decorations

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  1. This is a wonderful guide – I have a few lovely gift purchases from it – every year I gif a decoration to each of my nephews and neice and other children. These are so great – Thank You

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