Traditionalists, be warned. Christmas is getting a colourful makeover withone of this year's hottest bauble trends; cool kitsch. The playfully kitschtrend isa perfect alternative Christmas theme, and this season the fun factor has been ramped up this year with some totally bonkers baubles; from teapots and trinkets to corgis, camels and even a Christmas tree topped camper vans. We've rounded up six of our favourites toensure that this season is as fun as it is festive.Merry Kitschmas!

Tea Tray Bauble, £25, Fortnum & Mason

Tea Tray Bauble, £25, Fortnum & Mason

This gorgeous hand painted tea tray features tea-filled cups on pretty saucers with little teaspoons – and even miniature sandwiches and scones with clotted cream and jam.

Tea Tray Bauble, £25, Fortnum & Mason

Tea Tray Bauble, £25, Fortnum & Mason

This gorgeous hand painted tea tray features tea-filled cups on pretty saucers with little teaspoons – and even miniature sandwiches and scones with clotted cream and jam.

Corgi Hand-Painted Bauble, £49, Aerloom At Aram Store

Corgi Hand-Painted Bauble, £49, Aerloom At Aram Store

Epitomising The Queen's most loved pets, this regal and royal Swarovski encrusted corgi sits proudly upon his comfy throne.

Wine Glass Bauble, £12, Urban Outfitters

Wine Glass Bauble, £12, Urban Outfitters

These liquid filled wine glass baubles look sorealistic you may actually start worrying about your carpet.

Camel Bauble, £15, Raj Tent Club

Camel Bauble, £15, Raj Tent Club

This cheerful sparkly camel with its pretty patterned throw, brightly coloured pom poms and woolly tassels is enough to make even a Christmas Grinch smile.

Camper Van Bauble £3, George Home

Camper Van Bauble £3, George Home

An upgrade to the more traditional tree-on-car bauble, this fabulous Camper Van bauble is wrapped in fun and festive multi-coloured fairy lights andcarries a bauble-covered Christmas tree on its back.

Frog Bauble, £4.49, Dobbies Garden Centres

Frog Bauble, £4.49, Dobbies Garden Centres

This royal frog is so handsome inhis pearl necklace and crown, you'll have to fight the urge to pucker up.

Lotte Brouwer
Lotte Brouwer

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