If you’re tired of the same old holly and mistletoe, why not switch things up by putting a little bit of Hyrule magic into your home? That’s right; these are cool ideas for Zelda Christmas ornaments!
These ideas will keep you excited while waiting for that new Breath of the Wild release next year.
5 Zelda Christmas Ornaments & Decors
Keep Calamity Ganon’s greedy hands away from the Triforce by keeping this Zelda-inspired holiday tree on your desktop.
The Legend of Zelda Triforce Light-Up Desktop Holiday Tree features the iconic symbol of Power, Wisdom, and Courage as the proverbial North Star. The plastic base is emblazoned with Hyrule’s symbol.
This miniature tree stands 12 inches tall, with rainbow LED lights that glow via the USB cord (included).
The Legend of Zelda Triforce Light-Up Holiday Tree Topper Decoration is perfect for putting a touch of Hyrule magic into your home.
This tree topper is faithful to the video game series, so diehard fans will have a blast putting this atop their tree.
This cool topper measures about 7” x 9”, perfect for perching on your tree. It lights up as soon as you plug it in via the USB included. Calamity Ganon will stay away if you keep this lit throughout Christmas Eve.
Get into the spirit of Christmas this year by hanging up The Legend Of Zelda Retro Embroidered Holiday Stocking on your mantel. This is in a gorgeous emerald green, showing off a NES-style Link hacking away at his sword and a few hearts and rupees. 
The stocking measures 10” x 18”, roomy enough to stuff with all the weapons you looted from Bokoblins and Chests.
The gorgeous stained glass windows are one of the most iconic images from the video game. Take a piece of the game home with you with this The Legend Of Zelda Glass Candle Holder, perfect for displaying any place you think Link should shed light on.
This must-have TLOZ collectible is forged from durable Hyrulian glass and measures almost 9” tall to keep the dark, scary nights at bay for a long time.
Fans of the Majora’s Mask, rejoice — check out The Legend of Zelda Majora's Mask 11 Inch LED PVC Statue! This comes in the likeness of the sinister Majora’s Mask, complete with bulging yellow eyes.
The mask statue can be displayed in one of two ways: by mounting it on its wide base or hung on the wall with the built-in hanging hole. Both the mask and base light up in beautiful yet haunting shades as soon as it’s plugged in via the USB cable (included).
How To Turn Your Zelda Merch Into Christmas Decors & Ornaments
Add Ribbons To Your Zelda Action Figures
If you have existing Link and Zelda action figures, add a Christmas vibe to them by twisting shiny red, green, and gold ribbons to their arms or legs.
Keep everything matchy-matchy by putting the same Christmas-themed ribbons around the characters and positioning them side by side on your favorite shelf at home.
Wear Zelda Costumes On Christmas Eve Celebration
Halloween isn’t the only time you can don your special The Legend of Zelda costumes! You can wear Zelda costumes to celebrate your Zelda-themed Christmas Eve party.
Make sure you don Link’s signature Green Tunic, which looks festive enough for the holidays. Don’t forget the pointy ears and Hero’s Sword!
If you’re going as Princess Zelda for Christmas this year, we especially liked her pink dress from the Minish Cap franchise. Complete the princess’s look with a bejeweled tiara, pointed ears, and long, straight tendrils. 
Use Zelda Key Chains As Christmas Tree Ornaments
We don’t know about you, but we are obsessed with collecting Zelda keychains. We had a burst of inspiration one day and decided to use them as Christmas tree ornaments for this year!
We’ll loop bright fairy lights around our tree and the characters to have a more ethereal, Hyrulean feel.
Scatter Zelda Looksee Boxes Below Your Christmas Tree
Zelda looksee boxes are the perfect treat for hardcore fans because they never know what they will get! Inside are five specially-curated collectibles you won’t find anywhere else.
Give them as a Christmas gift to your fellow Zelda nerds, and watch their faces light up this Christmas season.
Use Zelda Plushies To Build A Christmas Tree
Zelda plushies are another great way to add a Hyrulean touch to your Christmas tree. Collect all of your Zelda plushies and stack them side by side to build a tree, or use them as eye-catching decorative touches to your classic green tree.
You don’t have to be limited to plushies — you can DIY rupees, hearts, and the Hyrule symbol using thick cardboard, decorate them with glitter glue, and tie a string through them. Loop them around your tree for more Zelda cuteness.
Can you make DIY Zelda ornaments?
Yes, you can make DIY Zelda ornaments. If you find Link and Zelda difficult to draw, you can draw the Hero’s Sword, Shield, rupees, hearts, or the Triforce instead on thick cardboard and decorate them with glitter glue. The effect will be mesmerizing if you hang them up with fairy lights around your tree.
How do you use Zelda Christmas ornaments?
The best way to use Zelda Christmas ornaments is to hang them wherever you want a touch of Zelda anywhere in your home. Putting Zelda Christmas ornaments on your mantel, tree, or favorite shelf will be enough to bring a wink of Hyrule magic.
It’s Christmas Time!
We hope you’ve gotten a few ideas on incorporating Zelda Christmas ornaments into your home this year.
These ideas will be enough to put a touch of Hyrule magic into your home, whether with an eye-catching Triforce Christmas Tree, a Zelda-embroidered Holiday Stocking, or a Zelda Stained Glass Window Candle Holder.
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