Count Down To Christmas: Marine Corps Christmas Ornaments

USMC Christmas Ornaments

I love the holiday season and everything about it including Christmas carols, outdoor light displays, making candy, baking cookies, and especially my Marine Corps Christmas Ornaments. 

To me, Christmas trees are a journey through life and memories of family and friends. Every year I open our ornament box and it’s a journey through our family history. It’s more than just commercialism and buying gifts. It’s preserving memories.

I Love Christmas Tree Ornaments

Marine Corp Christmas Ornaments are a favorite tradition and make great Marine Mom gifts.My Christmas tree is a memory tree, each ornament has a meaning or is significant. The tradition is each year I buy a Christmas ornament for each one of my kids which represents their life for that year. The promise is when each of them gets married and starts a family their box of ornaments will go with them to start their own family tree.

For instance, when my daughter played softball, it was a softball athlete ornament. When we took a ski trip to Colorado it was a skiing ornament from the resort. You get the picture.

Marine Moms are very sentimental and I would have to say every Marine Mom in the country has at LEAST one Marine Corps Christmas Ornament on their tree. In fact, I know some Marine Moms who decorate patriotic Christmas trees in a  with red, white and blue ornaments and accents.

Our tradition is to open the ornaments first on Christmas Eve and although my boys don’t like to be Motards with a lot of Marine Corps paraphernalia. But they do like and appreciate their Marine Corps Christmas ornaments and look forward to them every year. This ornament is the first one I gave to my oldest son his first year in the Corps.

I’ve started shopping for this years, but I can’t spoil the surprise for my boys my posting it here. So for those Marine Mom’s looking for Marine or military holiday decorations or themed Christmas tree ornaments here are a few selections.

Marine Corps Ornaments on Amazon

I like Amazon, it’s fast, reliable, and if there are any shipping issues it’s taken care of promptly. They also have the biggest selection and have just about EVERYTHING! How do you like to decorate your tree, is it thematic, color coordinated, or a memory tree?

Kurt Adler U.S. Marine Corps Combat Helmet Christmas OrnamentKurt Adler U.S. Marine Corps Combat Helmet Christmas OrnamentKurt Adler U.S. Marine Corps Cap Christmas OrnamentKurt Adler U.S. Marine Corps Cap Christmas OrnamentCafePress - USMC Merry Christmas Semper Fi - Christmas Ornament, Decorative Tree OrnamentUSMC Merry Christmas Semper Fi – Christmas Ornament, Decorative Tree OrnamentPersonalized Marine Corps Wood Heart Shaped OrnamentPersonalized Marine Corps Wood Heart Shaped OrnamentCafePress - Marine Mom Red Ornament - Round Christmas Ornament Marine Mom Red Ornament – Round Christmas OrnamentUSMC 3 inch folded fabric ornamentUSMC Christmas Ornaments – 3 inch folded fabric ornamentMarine Corps Christmas Ornament | Military Christmas Ornament | Boot Camp Graduation Gift | Retirement Gift | Keepsake Ornament | Military GiftMarine Corps Christmas Ornament | Military Christmas Ornament | Boot Camp Graduation Gift | Retirement Gift | Keepsake Ornament | Military GiftUSMC Marines Scrabble Tiles Ornament Handmade Holiday Christmas WoodUSMC Marines Scrabble Tiles Ornament Handmade Holiday Christmas WoodWooden Marine Corps Sergeant Christmas OrnamentWooden Marine Corps Sergeant Christmas OrnamentWooden Marine Corps Staff Sergeant Christmas OrnamentWooden Marine Corps Staff Sergeant Christmas OrnamentWooden Marine Corps Family Christmas OrnamentWooden Marine Corps Family Christmas OrnamentWooden Marine Corps Lance Corporal Christmas OrnamentWooden Marine Corps Lance Corporal Christmas Ornament

2 thoughts on “Count Down To Christmas: Marine Corps Christmas Ornaments

  1. I think a military-themed Christmas tree is a wonderfully patriotic idea, especially for those who have loved ones serving their country. I will be passing this forward!

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