As you may know, all of my stained glass ornaments come with a complimentary suction hook, meaning you can put them straight up in the window and enjoy the light shining through them from the moment you open the box. This is my absolute favourite way to display my own stained glass ornaments, but there are some other rather nice options that might appeal to you too!
Here is my top list of places to display your stained glass ornaments!
Using your Suction Hook
As well as working fabulously on your window, your complimentary suction hook can be used in different places around the home too!
This is a really lovely way to display your ornament in a place that will lift your spirits every day!
Ceramic Tiles or Marble/ Polished Stone
You can decorate your kitchen, bathroom or anywhere in your home that has lovely, flat tiles using your suction hook.
Special Note- this won’t work on matte or textured tile 😒
Here's a heart hanging from my marble fire surround as an example for you, alas, it can't stay there because my cats would have it down within seconds! All ornaments and decorations in my household have to be OOROC (Out Of Reach Of Cats)!
Adding Extra Flourish To Your Current Decor
Perhaps your ornament was bought for you by someone special, or maybe it reminds you of a loved one. Why not pop a command hook onto the back of a frame containing a picture of that lovely person, so that the ornament can hang down on the front of the frame?
Alternatively, you can put your ornament inside of a box frame, to offer it additional protection from little fingers, or you can simply lean a special ornament against a special photo.
Here's an example of a stained glass ornament placed into a box frame. This is a really impactful way of displaying your stained glass and means you can have it up on the wall or on a shelf/ window sill.
Here's a little love heart I placed with my baby boy Phil, who lives with his Grandma because otherwise he'd eat the cats! He's very cute and deserves a love heart of his very own.
Shelves can be the perfect display space for your ornaments, simply use a picture nail or command hook to secure your ornament then watch it sparkle. I’ve also hung ornaments from fireplaces (not near to any flames!) and picture rails too!
If you’re better than me at keeping your house plants alive, then you might have some glorious green friends dotted about the place. Why not see if they look even better with a little jewellery?
It used to be that we only saw decorated trees at Christmas Time, but I’m loving the trend towards trees that are up all year round with the decorations changing seasonally! Your glass ornaments will look fantastic on a tree, especially if it has lights on!
Here is one of my earliest Christmas Tree designs adorning my Dad's Christmas Tree and looking super glam with the fairy lights shining through.
Display Products You Can Purchase
These stands can be purchased from various places, and enable you to display your ornament on any secure, flat surface.
These gorgeous little easels are another idea for displaying your ornament, depending on the shape/ size of ornament you want to display, a mini easel could be the ideal solution.
So what do you think? How do you display your stained glass ornaments? Have you got some cool display methods that I haven't thought of? Let me know in the comments below x