If you’re looking for something a little different for your tree have we got the baubles for you!

Struggling to come up with a theme for your Christmas tree this year? Well, you won’t find these at your local Kmart, but vagina baubles are taking the Christmas decorating world by storm. Available via Etsy, these unique tree ornaments will give your tree a feminine touch that might surprise some of your Christmas guests when they take a closer look!

Options Are Endless

Handcrafted from felt, with countless colour options and four sizes to choose from, the Vaginament ornaments are created by Feltmelons, the Etsy shop famous for felt boobs and, as kidspot.com.au delicately put it, ‘whoo-haas’. With a bell for the clitoris and the promise of “hearing waves crashing on distant, rocky shores” if you put your ear to the ornament, these decorations are perfect if you’re looking for an unconventional way to deck out your tree this year.

Plus they’re subtle enough that you just might get away with it! We have to admit that we’re looking for an alternative to the rose gold that seems to be everywhere this year. And was everywhere last year. And the year before…

All For A Good Cause

If hanging parts of the female anatomy on your tree is a step too far, you don’t have to miss out on the fun, with magnets and key rings available to purchase. Feltmelons also do boob ornaments which support breast cancer research, so you can have a cute tree and help an important cause at the same time. We think they’d make a hilarious gift for a friend or fun Kris Kringle gag.

While we’re not sure it’s quite the traditional Christmas decor many of us tend to go for at this time of year, we’re all for creativity and celebrating the female form. Plus, the reaction from observant friends and family would be totally priceless.

Would you hang these unique ornaments on your tree? Let us know in the comments!

  • Ummm ……no thanks


  • Sigh. Really, aren’t there some really lovely, comment worthy other Christmas decorations?


  • Doubt I would have bought these as prefer different decorations, but I am naïve and really didn’t notice until this was pointed out to me.


  • I don’t know that I would have the courage to hang these on a tree, even if it is for a good cause


  • Ummm, no thanks. There are so many lovely ornaments that would take preference.


  • Definitely not something I would be interested in. Im sure there are people out there that would go for them though.


  • No, I won’t be jumping on board.


  • OMG no way. Not my thing but I could see it be a very funny talking point lol!


  • Oh my goodness, I can’t imagine giving these as presents!


  • Its not my cup of tea but i can see the worth in such a good cause.


  • Yes I would definitely display these ornaments with the utmost pride on my Christmas tree!! I love my vagina and all that it’s achieved (six little ones) hehehe


  • I wonder how much market there actually is for these decorations. No, I definitely wouldn’t want them on my tree!


  • I’m not sure who would actually want to hang these on their trees, to be honest. Certainly not for me. Then again, my tree is probably not for everyone either.


  • Can’t believe someone would think of this to hang on Christmas trees no less. No way.


  • Not sure why a vagina is called a ‘whoo-haas’? Seems peculiar to me. Children and adults should use the correct terminology for anatomy and not nicknames. I prefer ornaments with traditional meanings and ones we have collected with meaning and ones the children have made. But no doubt these ornaments will appeal to other people.


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