Shop instead with these small businesses which sell only Made in USA holiday ornaments, decorations and other items for Halloween, Thanksgiving, Hanukkah and Christmas.
Help the US economy, especially small businesses, and do something special for your family by buying Made in USA holiday ornaments, gifts and other items.
A recent Gallup Poll found that 72% of Americans are paying “heightened attention” to the country of origin of the products they buy, and 65% are making an effort to specifically avoid products made in China or other countries.
While it is clear that a majority of Americans want to buy products made in the USA. Luckily, they aren’t so difficult to find.
A few years ago, I was horrified to find mostly foreign-made articles in the gift shop of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. Yeegads — you would think the West Point gift shop would feature t-shirts and other souvenirs Made in America.
But, as I said — holiday decorations with the Made in America label are difficult to find, because the manufacturing of such items is almost exclusively done overseas and imported to the USA.
Resources for Made in USA holiday decorations:
You can indulge with items starting at $5. In addition to ornaments, there are garlands, holiday puzzles, Nativity scenes and more – all Made in the USA.
This is a relatively new company which makes soft fabric ornaments from ethically-sourced materials. Everything is designed and manufactured in Brooklyn, NYC.
This holiday-only mail order collection includes ornaments, garlands, indoor and outdoor decorations, and collectible figurines.
Some things are pretty pricey, such as three snowflake stakes for $109, so be sure to check prices carefully before you click to buy.
Everything from ornaments and decorations to holiday cards.
No Longer in Business
Sadly, the company named A Christmas Ornament Co., which we have featured in the past, is no longer in business.
Nortons USA has closed its online store.
If you know of any other companies which are promoting American-made products, email me so I can write about them, too. firstname.lastname@example.org.
photo turquoise tree ornaments courtesy Bronners
This article was published originally in 2014 and is updated annually, including for the 2022 holiday season.
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