We鈥檝e shown you ways to amp up your Christmas tree with awesomely modern and easy DIY ornaments, but we all know that no tree is complete without a topper. Come on, if you use cake toppers and gift toppers, then there鈥檚 no way you can skip it on the ultimate piece of holiday decor. Check out these 28 spectacular tree toppers that you can buy and DIY.

1. Anthropologie Pineapple Tree Topper ($48): Top your Christmas tree with one of the trendiest fruits of the year.

2. Pier 1 Imports Gold Star Tree Topper ($16): Let鈥檚 kick this thing off with a classic. Add super shine to the top of your tree with this blingin鈥 tree topper that is embellished with both glitter and sequins!

3. JRayOriginals Super Mario Bros. Power Star Christmas Tree Topper ($40): Perfect for any nerd-friendly home.

4. Bronner鈥檚 LED Color-Changing Tree Topper ($25): This eight-pointed star gets its technicolor glow from multi-colored LED lights. A high-tech tree topper? Sign us up.

5. DIY Monogram Tree Topper: You know we can鈥檛 get enough of monograms and marquees, so we鈥檙e naturally obsessed with this tree topper. The candy cane stripes add some seriously festive flair. (via Better Homes and Gardens)

6. Lauren Aston Designs Chunky Knit Santa Tree Topper ($27): You could try to DIY this tree topper, but if you鈥檙e not a knitting princess, just grab a pre-made one.

7. DIY Glittery Crown Tree Topper: Show your tree the royal treatment with this glittery crown topper. It can also double as a playful headpiece for whoever gives the best gift on Christmas day! (via Better Homes and Gardens)

8. Anthropologie Noel Tree Topper ($28): 鈥淣oel鈥 is another name for Christmas, and it鈥檚 an easier fit on top of your tree.

9. Elf Logic Moravian Star Tree Topper ($30): This origami-inspired snowflake is so sophisticated. We鈥檙e loving its North Star vibes, which would look spectacular on nearly any tree.

10. DIY Large Rosette: Looking for a fun and vibrant alternative to a star tree topper this holiday? Then this playful pinwheel is for you! (via Martha Stewart)

11. ScreenDoorGrilles Kitty Kat Christmas Tree Topper ($32): For all the cat ladies.

12. DIY Rustic Christmas聽Tree Topper: Remember to save an empty wrapping paper roll for this DIY tree topper. This glittery project would be the perfect way to get the kiddos involved in the tree trimming. (via 鈥ove Maegan)

13. Pottery Barn Lit聽Birch Angel Tree Topper ($69): Now this is stunning! While it boasts an unmistakably classic angel shape, its birch material and added sparkle add a nice modern twist.

14. DIY Popsicle Stick Snowflake Tree Topper: Don鈥檛 turn your nose down at this DIY just because its main material is popsicle sticks. If you don鈥檛 trust us, just take a look at the picture: With super clean lines and an eye-catching geometric shape, what鈥檚 not to love? (via Better Homes and Gardens)

15. AntoAnts Believe Christmas Tree Topper ($30): While we love this inspiring tree topper, the Etsy seller also accepts custom requests for messages and colors. So if you want 鈥淵OLO鈥 on the top of your tree, you can make that happen.

16. DIY Glitter Paper Tree Topper: You had us at 鈥済litter paper!鈥 We love that you don鈥檛 have to get your hands super dirty (read: sparkly) with this DIY tree topper while still giving it the ultimate glitz. (via Hello Lidy)

17. meandshestudios Star Tree Topper ($40): Smitten with all things geo? Yeah, us too. So we鈥檙e crushing hard on this amazing geometric-inspired star tree topper. Plus, this sculptural accessory can easily be repurposed into your table decor after the tree gets tossed.

18. DIY Cozy聽Christmas Tree Topper: Got a tacky sweater you just can鈥檛 see yourself wearing out of the house? Then turn it into a festive tree topper. (via Chatelaine)

19. DIY Spectacular Starburst Tree Topper: Okay, back to all things glittery. This impressive starburst tree topper is actually super easy to make. We have three words for you: silver pipe cleaners! (via 鈥ove Maegan)

20. DIY Glittery Tree Topper: We love the quirky 3D feel of this handcrafted tree topper. It鈥檒l no doubt pair well with a cool Christmas stocking and other hip holiday decor. (via Things for Boys)

21. DIY Felt Star Pendant and Tree Topper: While you don鈥檛 need to be a master seamstress to complete this pendant-like tree topper, you will need ace folding and pinning skills, a smidge of dexterity, and a chunk of time. The result, as you can see, is totally worth the effort. (via Purl Soho)

22. Valery Madelyn Champagne Gold Tree Topper ($14): This super sparkly star follows our number-one holiday style tip: Go for the glitter!

23. DIY Pom-Pom Tree Topper: Cover a styrofoam ball with tons of colorful pom-poms to get this cute 鈥榥鈥 cozy look. Just don鈥檛 forget to leave a hole big enough for the top of the tree to easily fit. (via Sugar and Cloth)

24. DIY Balloon Tree Topper: Balloons are a no-brainer for instantly stepping up decor. So top your tree with this DIY balloon ornament to make it really *pop* (not literally). (via Everything Emily)

25. DIY Beaded Star Tree Topper: Though this tutorial calls for handmade beads, you can always opt for store-bought ones if you鈥檙e running short on time. Once you鈥檝e threaded your beads onto your wire, shape it into a star, twist the ends together, and voila! It鈥檚 as simple as that! (via Fall for DIY)

26. Star Wars Yoda LED Tree Topper ($45): May your love for Star Wars translate into your holiday decor.

27. DIY Giant Bow Christmas Tree Topper: This DIY bow topper looks super pro! We love the way that gently bent cardstock and a gold center amp up your average red Christmas bow. (via Studio DIY)

28. DIY Double-Sided Lighted聽Tree Topper: We鈥檙e not gonna lie; we鈥檙e totally obsessed with this topper that鈥檚 the perfect mix of craft and tech. Not only do we love that it鈥檚 painted with chalkboard paint 鈥 so you can leave a thank you message to Santa, of course! 鈥 but it鈥檚 trimmed with LED-ified tinsel. So cool! (via My So Called Crafty Life)

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Additional reporting by Grace Lee.