French Country Marché
During the 16th century the Christmas tree was introduced to France from Germany. In those early days, people decorated their trees with sweets, candies, apples, and apple slices, although they were quite rare during winter. During the years that followed other ornaments were introduced.
Soft, hard to break fabric ornaments were very popular during the late eighteen hundreds through the early nineteen hundreds in most parts of the world. Generally filled with soft cotton depicting little animal shapes, children often enjoyed playing with these ornaments far after the Christmas season was over.
Keeping those ornaments in mind, I have created an original design out of lovely fabric. These Christmas Ornaments (Des Ornements de Noel) are scented with the fragrance of Christmas. Each scented ornament from my collection is hand crafted and filled with dried fir needles to bring the scent of Christmas right into your home. This exquisite fragrance will fill your rooms with the joy of Christmas without all the mess. These "Ornements de Noel" come in three fabric patterns shaped to resemble the Star of Bethlehem and crafted with glass and resin beads.