9 Kitsch Christmas Decorations To Make Your Tree Gloriously Tacky

Forget matching baubles and throw classiness out of the window because kitsch decorations are all the rage this Christmas – the more gaudy, the better.

With the general election dominating pre-Christmas chat, these cheery, Pat Butcher-esque delights couldn’t have come at a better time to lighten the mood. Think bright colours, cultural references and obscene volumes of tackiness.

They also make great gifts for pals ahead of the 25th. ’Tis the season to be silly, after all.

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Glass Dinosaur Decoration, Paperchase, £6

Never mind reindeer, dinosaurs are the animal of the season over at Paperchase. We particularly like this blue guy who comes complete with candy cane. Rudolf, who?

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(Photo: And Tied With A Bow/Etsy)
(Photo: And Tied With A Bow/Etsy)

Fleabag Gin Tin Decoration, And Tied With A Bow, via Etsy, £5

If you’re still in mourning for the end of Fleabag (same), then relive the magic with an ornament dedicated to the show. Now, where’s that priest?

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ASOS (Photo: ASOS)
ASOS (Photo: ASOS)

Sass & Bell Soya Milk Decoration, ASOS, £8.00

The perfect pressie for pals who’ve stuck with Veganuary right through to December. Because trust us, they will already be getting enough vegan cookbooks come Christmas day.

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(Photo:  Embroidery by KGDesign/Etsy)
(Photo: Embroidery by KGDesign/Etsy)

Avocado Sequin Hanging Ornament, Embroidery by KGDesign, via Etsy, £25

Know a friend who loves brunch? Addicted to avocado on toast yourself? Live your best, cliché millennial life with this sequin decoration that’s handmade to order.

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(Photo: Posh Totty Designs Interiors, Not On The High Street)
(Photo: Posh Totty Designs Interiors, Not On The High Street)

Pizza Decoration, Posh Totty Designs Interiors, Via Not On The High Street, £9

Turkey dinners are overrated, if you ask us, and we’d rather be celebrating the birth of Christ with Domino’s. But until we get our mums on board, this bauble will suffice.

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ASOS (Photo: ASOS)
ASOS (Photo: ASOS)

Spice Girls Shoe Christmas Tree Decoration, ASOS, £6.00

Spice up your Christmas with this dazzling girl power-inspired boot. It’s the perfect prezzie for anyone still recovering from the event of the year (aka the Spice Girls Reunion Tour). We really, really want it.

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Oliver Bonas (Photo: Oliver Bonas)
Oliver Bonas (Photo: Oliver Bonas)

Hot Sauce Decoration, Oliver Bonas, £7.50

Speaking of spice, this hot sauce decoration will be adored by friends and relatives who insist on dousing every meal with pure fire. Extra points for the cute beading details.

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(Photo: Paperchase)
(Photo: Paperchase)

Glass Mermaid Decoration, Paperchase, £8

This mermaid is one hundred percent ready to take her shining place on your Christmas tree. Ditch the fairy and let her do her thing.

Buy it now.

Aubergine (Photo: Etsy)
Aubergine (Photo: Etsy)

Aubergine Emoji Novelty Ornament, Textiles By Becca, via Etsy, £7.50

Last but by no means least, nothing is guaranteed to please the crowd quite like this aubergine emoji decoration. Your nan won’t get the joke, your siblings will be delighted. If that’s not a win-win, we don’t know what is.

Buy it now.

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