These Booze-Filled Christmas Ornaments Will Make Your Holidays A Little Brighter

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This has been one hell of a year – hasn’t it? With the holiday’s among us, we are all trying our best to be as happy as possible — despite all that has been going on in the world over the last year.

One thing that often helps put a little extra chip in our chipperness, is adult beverages, they can really help get us through some difficult times.

With that said, there are some new Christmas ornaments making their way into this year’s holiday season and they will no doubt make you smile — and make you a little tipsy too!

Booze-filled Christmas ornaments, also known as Boozeballs, are here and they are a great choice for anyone who is looking for something a bit different this year. These classic Christmas ornament balls are sure to get a laugh out of anyone who catches a glimpse of them. They are especially funny once they have a chance to start mingling with all of your childhood ornaments. There are so many ideas to choose from!

You can start off simple with tequila or wine, if you so choose. Those who are truly crazy can make their own shots inside of each ornament. There are all sorts of recipes for Christmas cocktails that you can look through when you are ready to get started as well.

We are not kidding when we tell you that the options are endless. The Boozeballs from Gift Republic even come in six-packs! The ornaments are certainly eye-catching, too. Each of your Boozeballs is going to come with a gold top, some red string that makes the hanging process easier, and “Drink Me” is going to be printed on the ball.


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The best part — these six ornaments are just $18.84.

The Amazon reviews on these are absolutely outstanding.

“These were very fun hostess gifts this year. Everyone loved them!” said one reviewer. “They are about a shot size and plastic so we didn’t need to worry about them falling off the tree and breaking,” they continued.