This Christmas, why not incorporate some fun, meaningful firefighter Christmas ornaments into your holiday decorating? Not only will the fireman or woman in your life appreciate it, but it can be fun for the whole family!
There are so many unique and creative ways to incorporate firefighter themed ornaments into your Christmas decorations. You can even do a whole firefighter themed Christmas tree!
There are tons of different ways to DIY or easily acquire fireman Christmas ornaments that are sure to put a smile on everyone’s face!
And that’s not all! There are plenty of other ways to make your firefighter Christmas special. You can find unique ideas for easy firefighter-themed Christmas gifts, or get into the Christmas spirit with a firefighter version of Elf on the Shelf!
And firefighter wives, don’t forget about your wishlist! Start planting those seeds in his head before it gets too late!
Okay, you’ve got the tree, you’ve got the shopping list, but now you need some firefighter Christmas ornaments (and maybe some decorations!) … BEFORE the clock strikes twelve!
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Fire Truck Christmas Ornaments
When you think firefighter Christmas decorations, what’s one of the first things that comes to mind? That iconic fire truck, of course! A fire truck ornament is the perfect way to incorporate a little something special into your holiday decorating, and of course, kids love it!
For a classic design with a festive touch, check out this Kurt Adler fire truck, which has a simple wreath on the front. There’s also an option to get it personalized!
For those who like it a little more glam, this super festive fire truck by Harvey Lewis is decorated with lights, a wreath, and Swarovski crystals! Super cute and perfect for all those firefighter moms out there!
And then, for those who like it old school, you can’t go wrong with a Hallmark keepsake. This vintage 1932 fire truck ornament is perfect when you want to go the extra mile!
Should you personalize firefighter ornaments?
I think the better question is, why SHOULDN’T you? Okay, so you don’t need to spend a fortune on it, but if you have the option, why not? Not only does it add a special touch to an ornament, but if you get the year engraved on it, you get to look back and remember those past Christmas memories! plus, it’s a fun way to add a touch of firefighter to your stocking stuffers by purchasing something that will get used again next year!
For example, this super cute customizable fireman helmet that won’t break the bank has a space for your favorite firefighter’s name, number, and even the year!
If you want more than just the helmet, this Kurt Adler ornament features a full fireman’s get-up that you can personalize across the bottom of the jacket.
And this detailed, thin red line ornament has a space to personalize the front with the name of your local fire department. A great idea for your tree or as a gift for your fire station’s tree!
For those who want to splurge just a little bit, this gorgeous wooden laser-cut ornament lets you put the name of your favorite firefighter in the center of the Maltese Cross!
Easy thin red line ornaments
Here’s a fantastic and SUPER EASY way to pay homage to your favorite firefighter by taking this DIY Thin Blue Line ornament and simply swapping out the blue ribbon for a red one!
This is a fun one for the kiddos, and you can really get creative with what you put inside the glass bulb!
What’s the difference between firefighter ornaments and firefighter decorations?
Aside from the fact that firefighter ornaments are more likely to go on a tree whereas firefighter decorations can more or less go anywhere, you’re also looking at accessibility!
Firefighter Christmas ornaments are a little easier to come by than firefighter Christmas decorations such as garlands or lawn ornaments, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get creative and go all out!
As I’ve already touched on, lots of families have come up with some amazing firefighter themed Christmas trees. And if you think some of that creativity can be carried over to other parts of your holiday decorating, then by all means, go for it!