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. https://mapletreepottery.com/shop/christmas/

Rachel Quinn Ceramics, based in Sligo, makes beautiful pieces, including angels and Nativity Cribs. https://rachelquinnceramics.com/product-category/christmas-gifts/

Sew Cosy makes beautiful bunting and quilts. Well worth checking out https://www.facebook.com/Sew-Cosy-2317290801663922

Krafts by Karen Duignan makes beautiful pieces for Christmas and other times of the year. You can find more here: https://www.etsy.com/ie/shop/KraftsbyKarenDuignan

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: https://olanniontachfeltart.com/

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:
https://www.sarahmckenna.ie/shop/

Busy Beaders has a huge variety of baubles including ones in memory of loved ones. You can also order commission pieces too. https://busybeaders.com/Memory-And-Christmas-Baubles-c39364402

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. https://www.etsy.com/ie/shop/KarenPleass

Fans of Whimsy has a variety of lanterns for sale. Click here to view them all https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/FansOfWhimsy

WildBird Studio makes beautiful things from glass, including the stars in the photo above https://wildbirdstudio.ie/collections/christmas-decorations/products/christmas-stars

Obsidian Rose Design does magic things with paper. Have a look at her shop here: https://www.etsy.com/ie/shop/BehindHerGreenEyes

NutJob Design has a wide range of Christmas ornaments including these party animals, which can also be personalised. https://nutjobdesign.ie/collections/mandala-1

Sundew Crafts knits cute Christmas decorations and lots of other cute things too. Find them here: https://www.etsy.com/ie/shop/SundewCrafts

Kings Forge Glass has a lovely variety of fused glass ornaments and gifts https://kingsforgeglass.com/

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

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: https://helenhancockglass.com/collections/christmass-gifts/products/bespoke-baubles

Award- winning Irish stained glass art by Bianco Divito Glass Art. All stunningly beautiful: https://www.etsy.com/ie/shop/BiancaDivitoGlassArt

Lough Gur Pottery make beautiful personalised Christmas ornaments. They also make angels too. Shop here https://www.loughgurpottery.com/product-category/christmas/

Dream Vessel Art has a variety of decorations and not just Christmas ones either. Have a look at her shop: https://www.etsy.com/ie/shop/DreamVesselArt

So there you have it. The great big bumper Irish Christmas decoration post! 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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