Ceramic\u00a0Christmas trees were extremely popular back in the 60s and 70s. If you were growing up in that time period, you probably remember your grandmother owning one of these or still have one yourself! There's nothing more magical than bringing Christmas past into Christmas present with some old-fashioned decorations.\r\n\r\nThankfully for ceramic Christmas tree lovers, these decorations are coming back to major retailers this Christmas season! Target, Amazon, and even Urban Outfitters are selling these popular trees with the same exact design as the ones from the 60s and 70s. They are truly gaining popularity once more!\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nPretty much all of your favorite in-store and online retail giants are selling these trees. You can see all of the retailers you can find these ceramic Christmas trees below.\r\nTarget\r\nThe ceramic Christmas trees from Target come in white and green with everyone's favorite multicolor lights. They are just over 14 inches tall and are going for $30 each.\r\n\r\n\r\nAmazon\r\nThe trees that are being sold on Amazon are battery-operated and are also placed on a timer, so they turn on and shut off without you having to worry about them! They are currently going for $33.99 a piece (and if you're lucky, there might be some free two-day shipping for Prime members, too)!\r\n\r\n\r\nPier 1\r\nPier 1 is selling a slightly different version of the tree, but still gives you the same effect! The smaller-than-usual lamp is coated in white snow and white Christmas lights and stands at 10 inches tall. It's going for $29.99.\r\n\r\n\r\nUrban Outfitters\r\nThese ceramic trees are on the pricey side but are true to the original design of the 60s decoration. The tree has an on and off switch implemented, so you won't have to worry about trying to bend down and reach the outlet to turn off the tree at night. It's 17 inches tall and is going for $69.\r\n\r\n\r\nEtsy\r\nEtsy thankfully has sellers that will post tons of vintage ceramic Christmas trees that will have you nostalgic for an old-fashioned Christmas this year. They sell 7-inch trees (like the one pictured) for $25. The one in the photo is actually straight out of the 1970s!\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nCeramic trees, while rising to its truest pedestal of fame in the 1970s, have actually been around since the 1960s. As technology has improved over the decades, the molds that have been made to create these items have also improved over the years, meaning we now get to enjoy higher-quality ceramic Christmas trees (like the one sold at Urban Outfitters).\r\n\r\nBe sure to SHARE this article if you put up a ceramic Christmas tree every year!