We picked up these Christmas tree ornaments at Canadian Tire. They appear to be made out of tiny slices of sticks glued to both sides of what looks like a plywood sheet, then cut into the shapes of a heart and a fir tree. I'm still trying to figure out a way to makes something like this ourselves.
Who wouldn't be inspired by this watercolor set?
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 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.
Available at the Victoria & Albert Museum shop.