Fan Favorites – Pet Day, Easter, Siblings Day

Check out the most popular ornaments we shared in April! Were these your favorites too?

April showers have brought May flowers, and we’re enjoying a delightful spring so far! There are so many reasons to get outside and seize the day for memories that last a lifetime. We hope you’ve had as much fun as we’ve had, with wonderful celebrations including April Fool’s Day and Easter.

Top 5 Celebrations

Here are the top 5 most popular days we celebrated in April, in case you missed them.

1. National Pet Day

A goldfish ornament detailed with "Little pets give big love," a veterinarian ornament holding a parrot, cat and dog, and a hamster sitting on a wheel ornament |

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Little pets give big love, and the best things come in the smallest packages. Hamsters, goldfish, cats, dogs and birds are all members of the family, too! Give them a place on your tree.

2. Easter

A basket full of Easter ornaments contains a pink sparkled bunny, a colorful bunny couple, a set of 3 needle point egg ornaments, and a brown forest bunny ornament |

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The Easter Bunny left ornaments in our basket! Many of these Easter ornaments are handcrafted, glass, and imported for collections. The Easter Bunny can bring new ones each year.

3. National Siblings Day

A "Sisters are friends forever" ornament with two sisters hugging, a blue ornament with baby triplets personalized with names, and an older sister ornament with a little girl figure holding a bundled baby with a personalized new baby name |

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One of the most memorable ornaments you could hang on your tree is one that represents your family. Siblings Day is special because years from now, the moments spent hugging each other as kids will feel so long ago. Keepsakes save this love forever!

4. Ellis Island Family History Day

An American Santa ornament holds a mini statue of liberty and bald eagle, a family ornament contains 8 family members all personalzied with names, and a statue of liberty ornament with an American flag |

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Every family has an origin story, and many entered the United States through Ellis Island. Our family ornaments give everyone their place on the Christmas tree with personalized names for each individual.

5. Earth Day

A globe ornament with a detailed world map, and two German gold star ornaments |

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When astronauts go to outer space, they say looking down on Earth causes an “Overview Effect.” They experience a mental shift in how they understand themselves as Earthlings. Celebrating Earth Day reminds us that we’re all in life together!

Which were your favorite ornaments from this month? Share in the comments below!


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