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6 Quirky Christmas Tree Ornaments
There's no right or wrong way to decorate a Christmas tree. From traditional colorful balls to popcorn garlands and candy canes, the possibilities are endless! READ: Sew Your Own Christmas Stockings But if you're looking to add some whimsical flair to your Christmas tree this year, here are some not-so-typical ornamental baubles:
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Motherboard Christmas Ornaments

Thinkgeek.com, $19.99, set of 3 What tech geek wouldn't love these recycled computer motherboard ornaments?
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Dinosaur Ornament

Urbanoutfitters.com, $12 Dinosaurs can be festive, too!
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Spangled Sea Lobster

Anthropologie.com, $10 A dangling lobster with sequins. READ: The Truth About Shrimp, Salmon, Lobster, Crab, and More
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PANTONE UNIVERSE ORNAMENTS

UncommonGoods.com, $15 These ornaments speak to design buffs. READ: Decorating With Pantone's Fall 2012 Color Report
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Welsh Corgi Christmas Ornament Feather Tree

Etsy.com, $12 Tree Pets is an Etsy shop that specializes in quirky but cute handmade ornaments.
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Pickle Ornament

Fredflare.com, $6 Based on a tradition of hiding and finding the Christmas tree pickle.
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6 Quirky Christmas Tree Ornaments

There's no right or wrong way to decorate a Christmas tree. From traditional colorful balls to popcorn garlands and candy canes, the possibilities are endless! READ: Sew Your Own Christmas Stockings But if you're looking to add some whimsical flair to your Christmas tree this year, here are some not-so-typical ornamental baubles:

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