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  • Material: Wood
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Description

Place orders by December 12th to guarantee delivery by Christmas.

1/8 inch thick wood laser cut ornaments. Ornaments are shipped unfinished. Once you receive them they can be sanded and stained or painted or left natural! Each one has string included for hanging.

Each ornament is approximately 4" on its largest side.

These are custom made to order and typically and will be shipped using Priority mail. Due to high demand on these in the months of October, November, and December, we ask that you please allow 3-4 weeks for us to complete your orders.

If you need these faster, please ask us and we will try to accommodate.
If you'd like more of one design or interested in a custom quantity, contact us and we will be happy to accommodate. Thanks for looking!!

The Irish or Celtic Cross is a normal cross with a circle in the middle to symbolize eternity.

The Triumphant Cross represents the earth with the cross on top. It symbolizes Jesus is triumphant over anything we can face in the world.

The Jerusalem Cross It can symbolize the Four Gospels in the Bible, the spread of the Gospel to the four corners of the earth or the five wounds of Jesus when he died on the cross.

The Furca or Upsilon Cross comes from the Greek letter Y. It is also called The Thieves' Cross from the two robbers who were crucified on each side of Jesus. It also symbolizes the choice between good and evil.

The Anchor Cross reminds Christian's that Jesus is the anchor of their faith.

The Fish is one of the oldest Christian symbols. The letters, from the Greek word for fish (ichthus), stand for Jesus (I), Christ (X), God (Q), Son (Y), Savior (S). Some of Jesus' disciples were fishermen

Alpha and Omega are the first and the last letters of the Greek alphabet. Used together, they are the symbolize that Christians believe Jesus is the beginning and end of all things.

The Chi-Rho looks like a 'P' with an 'X' on top of it. These two letters are the first two letters of the Greek word 'Christos' which means Christ.

The Star of David, sometimes called the Star of Creation, is a symbol that Jesus was a Jew and a descendant of King David.

A Five Pointed Star represents the five wounds of Jesus on the cross.

The Nativity Star is the symbol of the Star of Bethlehem or Epiphany, when the Wisemen visited Jesus.

An Eight Pointed Star represents baptism and regeneration.

The Crown is the symbol that Jesus in King. It shows that Christians believe Jesus is ruler over heaven and the earth.

The Shepherd's Crook or Staff remembers that Jesus sometimes called himself a shepherd. It can also represent the shepherds who were the first people told about the birth of Jesus.


Both of these symbols represent the Christian 'Trinity' of God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit. The Triquerta is made of three loops making a triangle representing the three parts of the trinity. The Trefoil (at the bottom) is three equal circles intertwined to form a whole.

Hands in Prayer help Christians remember that they should pray to God.


The Scroll represents the Bible.

The Dove is the symbol of peace and the Holy Spirit. It is shown pointing down to represent the Holy Spirit that appeared as a Dove when Jesus was baptized.

The Lamp and The Candle both represents that Christians believe Jesus in the Light of the World.

The Shell is a symbol for baptism. It reminds Christians of the water that they are baptized in.

The Keys are a symbol for the Church in all the world. Jesus told his friend Peter that "I will give you keys to heaven", so this means that Christians have to tell other people about Jesus.

The Ship is also a symbol of the Church, sailing towards heaven.

The Cup or Chalice is a symbol Communion. It also represents God's forgiveness

The Angel reminds Christians of the angels who told the shepherds about the birth of Jesus. It can also represent the second coming of Jesus, which the Bible says will start with an Angel blowing a trumpet.

Babe / Manger represents Jesus as a baby at Christmas

The Lamb is a symbol for Jesus who is sometimes called 'The Lamb of God'.

The Butterfly is a symbol for transformation and the immortal soul.

The Lion is a symbol for Jesus who is sometimes called 'The Lion of Judah'. Jesus is also represented as Aslan the Lion in the Chronicle of Narnia books by C S Lewis.

The White Rose is a symbol for purity and can represent Mary.

The Cross symbolizes that Christians believe Jesus Christ died for everyone on a cross.

The Latin Cross, also sometimes called the Roman Cross. The base of the cross has three steps that symbolize faith, hope, and love.

The Eastern Cross is used by many Eastern or Orthodox churches.

IHS are the first three letters of 'Jesus' in Greek. They've been added to a Cross as it looks more interesting!

The Heart is a symbol of love and reminds Christians that God is love.
Place orders by December 12th to guarantee delivery by Christmas.

1/8 inch thick wood laser cut ornaments. Ornaments are shipped unfinished. Once you receive them they can be sanded and stained or painted or left natural! Each one has string included for hanging.

Each ornament is approximately 4" on its largest side.

These are custom made to order and typically and will be shipped using Priority mail. Due to high demand on these in the months of October, November, and December, we ask that you please allow 3-4 weeks for us to complete your orders.

If you need these faster, please ask us and we will try to accommodate.
If you'd like more of one design or interested in a custom quantity, contact us and we will be happy to accommodate. Thanks for looking!!

The Irish or Celtic Cross is a normal cross with a circle in the middle to symbolize eternity.

The Triumphant Cross represents the earth with the cross on top. It symbolizes Jesus is triumphant over anything we can face in the world.

The Jerusalem Cross It can symbolize the Four Gospels in the Bible, the spread of the Gospel to the four corners of the earth or the five wounds of Jesus when he died on the cross.

The Furca or Upsilon Cross comes from the Greek letter Y. It is also called The Thieves' Cross from the two robbers who were crucified on each side of Jesus. It also symbolizes the choice between good and evil.

The Anchor Cross reminds Christian's that Jesus is the anchor of their faith.

The Fish is one of the oldest Christian symbols. The letters, from the Greek word for fish (ichthus), stand for Jesus (I), Christ (X), God (Q), Son (Y), Savior (S). Some of Jesus' disciples were fishermen

Alpha and Omega are the first and the last letters of the Greek alphabet. Used together, they are the symbolize that Christians believe Jesus is the beginning and end of all things.

The Chi-Rho looks like a 'P' with an 'X' on top of it. These two letters are the first two letters of the Greek word 'Christos' which means Christ.

The Star of David, sometimes called the Star of Creation, is a symbol that Jesus was a Jew and a descendant of King David.

A Five Pointed Star represents the five wounds of Jesus on the cross.

The Nativity Star is the symbol of the Star of Bethlehem or Epiphany, when the Wisemen visited Jesus.

An Eight Pointed Star represents baptism and regeneration.

The Crown is the symbol that Jesus in King. It shows that Christians believe Jesus is ruler over heaven and the earth.

The Shepherd's Crook or Staff remembers that Jesus sometimes called himself a shepherd. It can also represent the shepherds who were the first people told about the birth of Jesus.


Both of these symbols represent the Christian 'Trinity' of God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit. The Triquerta is made of three loops making a triangle representing the three parts of the trinity. The Trefoil (at the bottom) is three equal circles intertwined to form a whole.

Hands in Prayer help Christians remember that they should pray to God.


The Scroll represents the Bible.

The Dove is the symbol of peace and the Holy Spirit. It is shown pointing down to represent the Holy Spirit that appeared as a Dove when Jesus was baptized.

The Lamp and The Candle both represents that Christians believe Jesus in the Light of the World.

The Shell is a symbol for baptism. It reminds Christians of the water that they are baptized in.

The Keys are a symbol for the Church in all the world. Jesus told his friend Peter that "I will give you keys to heaven", so this means that Christians have to tell other people about Jesus.

The Ship is also a symbol of the Church, sailing towards heaven.

The Cup or Chalice is a symbol Communion. It also represents God's forgiveness

The Angel reminds Christians of the angels who told the shepherds about the birth of Jesus. It can also represent the second coming of Jesus, which the Bible says will start with an Angel blowing a trumpet.

Babe / Manger represents Jesus as a baby at Christmas

The Lamb is a symbol for Jesus who is sometimes called 'The Lamb of God'.

The Butterfly is a symbol for transformation and the immortal soul.

The Lion is a symbol for Jesus who is sometimes called 'The Lion of Judah'. Jesus is also represented as Aslan the Lion in the Chronicle of Narnia books by C S Lewis.

The White Rose is a symbol for purity and can represent Mary.

The Cross symbolizes that Christians believe Jesus Christ died for everyone on a cross.

The Latin Cross, also sometimes called the Roman Cross. The base of the cross has three steps that symbolize faith, hope, and love.

The Eastern Cross is used by many Eastern or Orthodox churches.

IHS are the first three letters of 'Jesus' in Greek. They've been added to a Cross as it looks more interesting!

The Heart is a symbol of love and reminds Christians that God is love.

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