My current holiday decorating obsession is for Christmas finials - the kind you can stand on a tabletop or mantel. (Some people hang finials on their Christmas trees or use them as tree toppers. Mine have stands so you can set them on tabletops). Here's Christopher Radko's retro Christmas stand finial (via Amazon) in green, red and silver. It's a reproduction of a vintage Shiny Brite ornament.
I'm not sure I care for the spiky poky things on this Christopher Radko finial but you might get a kick out of it!
This Christopher Radko finial stand is called "Christmas Confetti." It sneaks some lime green and hot pink in with the traditional Christmas colors.
Here's a darling Kurt Adler Santa in the Treetops finial - love the vibrant red color!
If you balance it carefully, you might be able to stand this Kurt Adler Santa finial on a mantel. It's meant to be a Christmas tree topper.
If you prefer cool, silvery, icy blue wintry colors, how about Shiny Brite's pink and blue finial stand with reflector?
I'm in love with these K&K Interiors tabletop finials - I want to put them on my downstairs fireplace mantel. They're a bit spendy, but I would treasure them for years to come.
Here are the same K&K Interiors finials in green, white and gold. They have glittery snowflakes on them as well.
If you like snowflakes, here's a cheery set of red and white snowflake finials you might like the looks of.
Here's another plaid finials option - this one is battery operated for a nice glow.
These Santa tabletop finials crack me up - they have faux fur on them! Hilarious.
IF you don't want Santa and elves and reindeers all over your holiday decorations, how about some nice winter cardinals finials?.
For the Christmas holly collectors, here's finials decorated with holly.
Do you decorate in gold for the holidays? Here are gold finials on stands, also from K&K Interiors.
Hope you enjoyed this tour of some lovely Christmas finial decorations!