Blow mold yard decorations are a fun way to adorn your yard if you're looking for something more vintage than inflatables. Best known as Christmas displays, these gently glowing plastic figures are a blast from the past, literally—the process used to create them peaked in the s. Today, outside of your local yard sale, it can be difficult to track down blow mold decorations for your yard. Most of the key manufacturers have long since closed their doors. However, a few stores and manufacturers still sell blow molds for Christmas and other holidays, making it possible to give your lawn a bit of festive, old-school flair with just a few clicks. Unsurprisingly, the online retail giant that sells just about everything has a healthy supply of blow mold yard decorations.
Vintage Christmas decorations are our specialty! We carry both reproduction and true vintage decorations. Feather trees were first made in Germany over years ago from real goosefeathers. Today's reproductions emulate the style and beauty of those feather trees, at a fraction of the cost of the vintage trees. Below find a selection of trees in many colors and styles, made both in the United States and China.
Before there were inflatable holiday decorations, lawns and porches were adorned with plastic lighted figurines: Santas, snowmen, reindeer, elves, candles, and just about any other Christmas character you can imagine. These wonders of plastic are known as blow molds , for the blow-mold-injection manufacturing technique that became popular in the s. Familiar with the pink flamingo? It was invented by Don Featherstone for Union Products in and is probably the queen of all blow mold characters.