These Booze-Filled Ornaments from Amazon Are Here to Bring Some Holiday Cheer
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Let's drink to some super cute (and boozy) Christmas tree decorations!
Despite the circumstances this year, we hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving. Whether together or apart, it’s love and friendship that keep the holidays alive in our hearts. And while hugs and kisses and conversations are an indelible part of any relationship…we all love a gift or two and a sparkling, well-decorated Christmas tree, don’t we?
Now that Christmas has officially begun, I can start my hunt for brand-new tree ornaments! Not too long ago, I found these wicked whiskey ornaments from Costco that I totally fell in love with. I mean…mini Jameson bottles hanging on my Christmas tree? They were so cute, I knew I had to go looking for more. Seems Amazon was the place to go!
Customize Your Cheer This Year
While the miniature branded booze bottles from Costco came prefilled, these Amazon ornaments give the power to you instead. Giving us a little bit of that Alice in Wonderland vibe, each ornament displays the phrase “Drink Me” on the front as an immediate invitation. Yes, please!
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These Festive Boozeballs, as stated on Amazon, are actually meant to be filled with whatever drink you prefer the most! Don’t like whiskey? Try vodka, rum or even a super easy mixed drink! The possibilities are endless. And, the fact that they come empty means you can gift them to children and teens as much as you can adults.
Not into the booze scene? Fill it with nonalcoholic bubbly or a mocktail.
It’s All About the Little Things
The classic, spherical style of these ornaments give me those good ol’ nostalgia feelings. For just under $12 for a pack of six, they won’t break the bank either. Whether you buy them for your own tree or decide to gift them to friends and family for some fun and laughs, it’s the thought that counts during the Christmas season. Happy holidays!