'When Calls the Heart' Released a New Ornament to Help You Survive the Show's Hiatus

Hearties will LOVE this.


    Consider your holiday wishlist complete: In the wake of the When Calls the Heart season six hiatus, Hallmark just released a brand-new ornament so every Heartie can add a little Hope Valley to their Christmas trees.

    The network shared the news on Twitter. "#Hearties, we're excited to announce brand new When Calls the Heart @Hallmark Keepsake ornaments coming this Fall!" read the tweet. "Add these beautiful additions from the Christmas Keepsake collection to your Wishlist as you await returning to Hope Valley with us."

    , we're excited to announce brand new When Calls the Heart Keepsake ornaments coming this Fall! ⛪️ Add these beautiful additions from the Christmas Keepsake collection to your Wishlist as you await returning to Hope Valley with us.

    — Hallmark Channel (@hallmarkchannel)

    Priced at only $19.99, the porcelain keepsake pays tribute to the quaint fictional town's famous water tower. The mini replica reads "Welcome to Hope Valley" and stays true to the holiday theme with a snow-dusted red roof. Plus, it also comes in a pre-packaged box for easy holiday gifting.

    When Calls the Heart Ornament
    hallmark.com
    $19.99

    states that "with unparalleled artistry and exceptional detail, each festive and collectible Keepsake Ornament is made for years of celebrations." We'll take ten.

    When Calls the Heart Church Ornament
    hallmark.com
    $19.99

    The Christmas decoration isn't available for purchase until November 8, but it's never too early to start brainstorming holiday ideas. To that note, you can also check out a second WCTH-inspired memento, the , which goes on sale October 5.

    More good news for When Calls the Heart fans—Hallmark officially announced the series' long-awaited return date. In a short 3-minute clip, actress Erin Krakow explained that viewers can tune back in May 5 and 6 at 8 p.m, after which the series will return to its regular Sunday slots.

    The beloved period drama put its current season on pause after star Lori Loughlin's involvement in the widespread college admissions scam. The actress, who played Abigail Stanton, has since been cut from all Hallmark projects.

    On the bright side, only a few short weeks until Hope Valley makes a comeback, Hearties!

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