16 Top Star Wars Christmas Ornaments (list)

The holidays are officially here! Thanksgiving is this Thursday, and Christmas will be here in no time given how times seems to always fly faster at the end of the year. This means it’s time to start your Christmas decorating, starting with your tree! While many might have specific themes for their Christmas trees, the ultimate Star Wars fan will most likely theirs dressed in ornaments from the epic sci-fi series. For those who are die-hard collectors, casual fans or emerging enthusiasts, here are some cool Star Wars ornaments that will light up your tree and collection. Bring the force to your holiday festivities with these stellar ornaments (all from Hallmark’s special Star Wars collection) that can only be decried as festive and out of this world!

 16. 2005 Star Wars #9 Princess Leia

Princess Leia in her slave costume is super hot when she wore it in Return of the Jedi and this ornament perfectly embodies that sexy slave costume, but has a certain edge thanks to the spear she’s carrying. This ornament will spice up your tree!

15. 2011 Star Wars Bossk

The special Edition Bossk is a new ornament for 2011, so make sure you add it to your collection before they run out or become way too expensive on Amazon or eBay.

14. 1999 Star Wars Queen Amidala


No tree will be complete without a Queen Amidala ornament. She captured Star Wars fans’ hearts in Episode One and should be a vital piece for serious collectors.

13. 1997 Star Wars C-3PO and R2-D2

Take it back old school with this 1997-issued set of two ornaments that depict everybody’s favorite droids!

12. 2011 Star Wars Showdown at the Cantina

There’s always a showdown when Han Solo is involved and this ornament captures the hero at his best…with a gun in his hand.

11. 2011 Star Wars #15 Jedi Master Yoda

No one can deny how badass Yoda is as a Jedi and this newest ornament will definitely be a keepsake piece.

10. 1999 Star Wars Chewbacca

No collection would be complete without Chewbacca, and this limited-edition ornament is the perfect piece to bring the force during the holiday season!

9. 2009 Star Wars: A Deadly Duel

Relive the memory where Obi-Wan Kenobie and Anakin Skywalker batter dark forces with this action-packed ornament.

8. 2011 Star Wars LEGO Darth Vader

This piece is great for both Star Wars fans and Star Wars LEGO collectors!

7. 2005 Star Wars Princess Leia

A classic look of Princess Leia’s complete with the ear buns and white dress is a no brainer for any collector to have on their Christmas tree.

6. 2011 Stars Wars Slave 1

This ornament talks, making for an even better and interactive piece for your 2011 ornament collection

5. 2002 Star Wars #6 Darth Vader

To many, Darth Vader is the ultimate villain, which means a vital collector’s ornament for the very die-hard fans out there, looking to spruce their Christmas trees and their overall Star Wars collection

4. 2010 Star Wars #14 Luke Skywalker

No tree should be without a Luke Skywalker and this collectible piece will fit right in!

3. 2010 Star Wars K-3PO and R-3PO Comic Con

These two guys were last year’s limited edition ornaments and feature a special Comic Con insignia making them even more valuable pieces for collectors.

2. 2011 Star Wars Dengar and IG-88 SDCC

These two guys were offered at this year’s Comic Con, making them pretty valuable pieces and selling for about $159 a pop. Pretty pricy for ornaments, but a pretty fair price for collectors.

1. 2011 Star Wars R2-Q5 and R2-A3 NYCC

These guys were released at this year’s New York Comic Con, which makes their price skyrocket. These two will set you back about $169 bucks, which might be steep for non-collectors. But to collectors, it’s chump change.

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Kristie Bertucci

Kristie Bertucci is an L.A.-based writer, who can't live without her MacBook Pro. When she's not writing, she's either reading or shopping (online, of course) and loves lazy days so she can catch up on her DVR-recorded shows and movies. She's definitely a Mac girl, she loves music and is currently on a mission to to have an insane and enviable iTunes library.

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