I think this Modern French Tip manicure qualifies as stripes, don't you?
I've had my eye on these solar-powered rainbow makers for some time -- they'd make great gifts for almost anyone. My kids would love this; my mom would love this; who wouldn't love this? Trouble is, whenever I've come across them, they've always seemed a little pricey. My National Geographic Christmas catalogue lists the double one for $39.99 but Amazon is offering all three styles right now for roughly half-price. Unfortunately, they don't ship to Canada.
I'm also considering getting this Uncle Milton Rainbow In My Room projector for the kids. It requires batteries and leds, though, and has slightly mixed reviews.
You see a lot of striped sweaters but ones sprinkled with pompoms? Not so much. This vintage-y looking sweater is from Modcloth.
Jenny B. Harris of the blog Allsorts designed these striped felt Christmas trees and she provides a free pattern if you want to try to make them yourself.
This striped Christmas tree ornament, made out of ceramic tiles, is also available at Anthropologie, but only online. (Incidentally if you're going to try to make Christmas stickers out of Christmassy images, as I suggested below, you might try Anthropologie for some great images.)
This wool pompom ornament is from Anthropologie. Pompoms qualify as spots, don't they? 3D ones?
Striped and spotted Christmas stickers, also from The Container Store. It just occured to me that if you have sticker paper for your printer you could make these images themselves into stickers -- or any fairly sizeable images of Christmas ornaments, like the birds in the post below. We've got some of that paper, which comes in clear as well as white in either matte or glossy, kicking around here somewhere. I'm going to give it a try.
These little birds with striped hats are some kind of gift wrap embellishment at The Container Store but they'd make good Christmas tree decorations. Brace yourself for more Christmas decorations -- I'm getting ready early this year.