The History of The Star Tree Topper and a Giveaway

by Ivy B
This post contains affiliate links which may earn me commissions should you click through them and take certain actions. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. See full disclosure here.

Do you know the history of the star tree topper?

It’s been a really long time since I’ve thought about the true meaning of Christmas.  I admit, I don’t go to church any longer.  Our Christmas season is filled with stress over holiday gatherings, a sneaky tattletale of an Elf who reminds me to lie to my kids and makes me feel like a failure of a parent.  And lets not forget the overabundance of toys and begging family to PLEASE, for the love of God, have mercy on our home and supply the kids with non toy gifts!

Inundated with all that Christmas has become, I’ve lost sight of everything that Christmas really is.  I’m sorry, but it’s true.

But, I hope the next time I put a star or angel tree topper on the tree I think about it as more than a beautiful decoration.  The history of the star tree topper is a symbol of the Star of Bethlehem.  This star guided the Wise Men to the Manger.  I like to think there’s more to life than the stuff we’re collecting and the plethora of holiday gatherings that stress us out.


Soft Surroundings Holiday 2017 Giveaway - the history of the star tree topper and giveaway

Hosted by: Queen of Reviews, Homeschool Insights & Deliciously Savvy

Sponsor: Soft Surroundings

Welcome to the Metal Star Tree Topper Giveaway

Prize: Metal Tree Topper RV $29.95

This shining star echoes a cherished heirloom, befitting the topmost spot on the tree. Faceted bijoux and glittered bottle brush detail the snowflake design. A final swirl of metal fits securely atop the tree.

Dates: 12/2-12/9

Open to: US Residents 18+

Enter to win using the widget below. Good luck!

Disclosure: SAHM, plus… did not receive compensation for this post and is not responsible for prize fulfillment.

Tell me: Will you think about the history of the star tree topper the next time you place one on your tree?

Spread the love
Exciting for kids, easy for parents!

You may also like


Rachel Clarke December 8, 2017 - 1:36 pm

A silver dipped maple leaf that was my mothers. It always reminds me of he because she had large maple trees in her yard.

Linda Madden December 9, 2017 - 6:28 pm

My favorite Christmas ornaments are the ones my children made while in school!

Comments are closed.