Traditional Glass Ball Ornaments
These traditional Glass Ball Ornaments will be treasured for a lifetime. Your logo or message will be sure to get attention.
Our Most Popular Glass Ornaments
Our glass ball ornaments are 3 1/8 inches diameter and have an imprint area of 2 inches. These are offered in 30 colors (see the color guide below) and come in a gift box at no additional charge. Great for corporations, churches, or non-profit organizations. These have the look and feel of a more expensive ornament. Order as few as 100. They are generally produced in 7 to 10 working days. A setup charge applies. Four-Color Process or multiple Spot Color Printing available along with Two-sided printing. These traditional glass ball ornaments are Decorated in the USA. View ornament colors
Order Early and SaveMany of our suppliers offer discounts on orders placed early. Ask a customer service representative for details.
Plastic Non-Breakable Ball Ornaments
Are you looking for a non-breakable ornament? We offer a similar round ornament in plastic. These plastic holiday ornaments have a look and feel of glass. Made of non-breakable plastic, these ornaments are available in eight colors, including the new pink ornament — perfect for Breast Cancer Causes or other women’s events. Colors include black, blue, gold, red, white, green, purple, and pink.ornament box plastic holiday ornaments. Order as few as 100. These plastic holiday ornaments can be imprinted with your logo, company name, or message. Each ornament comes in a gift box.
Football Shaped Promotional Ornament
We offer hundreds of special-shaped promotional ornaments – Like this Football Shaped Ornament (left). This Promotional 3 1/4″ glass football helmet ornament is elegantly printed in the United States. Inkjet-printed with the highest quality detail. The print area is 1″ H x 1″ W, and printing is available on both sides of the ornament. Six helmet colors to choose from. These ornaments make a beautiful and elegant gift for collegiate events, corporate giveaways, customer appreciation, and more. Over 150 more football-shaped ornaments to choose from.
More Glass Ornaments
We have the largest selection of imprinted ornaments in glass on the Internet. From round ball ornaments above to this glass beveled ornament (right). All can be imprinted with your company name, logo, or message. We offer easy online ordering.
Don’t See The Ornament You Are Looking For?
We have hundreds of ornaments that can be imprinted with your logo, company, or organizational name or message. See our most popular ornaments. Or, you can use the Quick Search box at the top of this page and enter a term such as Train Ornament or Santa Ornament. You can also use the advanced search or contact one of our promotional product professionals.
Need More Holiday Items For A Promo?
We have over 1,000 Christmas and Holiday Promotional Items. View the most popular Holiday Promotions. here. From stress toys to holiday giveaways we have everything you need to promote the end-of-year activities. Or use the Quick Search at the top of this page or our online catalog or contact one of our promotional product professionals.
More Winter Theme Promotions
Get Ready for the cold winter months! Ice Scrapers make great winter promotional products. Your customers and prospects will see your name, logo, or message all winter long. We also offer hundreds of other promo items with a winter theme. Most items can be imprinted with your company or organization name, logo, or message and ship within 10 days.
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The History of Ornaments
For many people, decorating their home and Christmas trees with ornaments is an enjoyable way to capture the magic and excitement of the holidays.
Christmas trees first appeared in America in the 1700s, although the emergence of the modern Christmas tree dates back to 15th 16th century Germany.
Christmas wasn’t widely celebrated in the United States until the 1800s. As a result, decorated trees did not become widely popular until people saw the ornaments brought to America by families emigrating from Germany and England in the 1840s.
Ornaments soon became a big hit. F.W. Woolworth’s five-and-dime store started stocking their stores with German-made ornaments in 1880. By 1890, the store was selling close to $25 million worth of ornaments. And that is a nickel and dime prices.