CUSTOM ORNAMENTS

Krebs custom ornaments are the perfect way to help promote your business, sell a unique product line, or celebrate a special occasion. Choose from more than 15 stocks shapes in glass, shatterproof, or metal materials. Our ornaments are available with glitter highlights and bows, and are all proudly printed and shipped from our USA factory in about 2 weeks. Need help getting started? Give us a call!

Free Shipping

All orders are shipped free via ground shipping anywhere in the contiental USA.

Free Set Ups

There are no additional set up fees. The price you see is the price that you pay.

Free Art Services

Need help designing your ornament or art? We can help at no additional cost.

Largest Print Area For Ornaments

Our ornaments feature the largest print area in the industry.

Supporting Info - Why Buy From Us

Following the end of World War II, teenager Helmut Krebs and his mother Erica were forced out of their lifelong home in Bohemia, now the Czech Republic, and relocated to a refugee camp in Muehldorf, Bavaria. While there, Helmut and Erica attended a tradeshow hoping to sell paper houses they had made and decorated with glitter. They sold none, however the man in the booth next to theirs had seven orders for glass ornaments. Thinking this was not worth his time, he gave the orders to Helmut and Erica who had no experience in glass ornaments. The Krebs then reached out to their fellow refugee tradesman and were able to organize the production and delivery of those seven orders, and the Krebs and Son ornament factory was born.

About Us

Following the end of World War II, teenager Helmut Krebs and his mother Erica were forced out of their lifelong home in Bohemia, now the Czech Republic, and relocated to a refugee camp in Muehldorf, Bavaria. While there, Helmut and Erica attended a tradeshow hoping to sell paper houses they had made and decorated with glitter. They sold none, however the man in the booth next to theirs had seven orders for glass ornaments. Thinking this was not worth his time, he gave the orders to Helmut and Erica who had no experience in glass ornaments. The Krebs then reached out to their fellow refugee tradesman and were able to organize the production and delivery of those seven orders, and the Krebs and Son ornament factory was born.