Grits Christmas Ornament
Personalized Christmas Ornament
Dimensions: 3" x 2 3/4"
Did you know that the ground corn dish referred to as grits comes from the Native Americans? Hominy grits are a breakfast staple in the southern states and are similar to porridge, polenta and farina. This personalized grits ornament has a placard that reads KISS MY GRITS! and is a soup bowl with a handle filled with a fresh hot serving of grits, a pat of butter slowly melting on the top and a silver spoon just waiting for the first bite! We will personalize this ornament with a name on the front of the bowl. Makes a great gift for someone moving to the south, for a southerner who has been transplanted north or for a food themed tree.
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11/23/2016 - "Love shopping your web site. Sue L."
11/21/2016 - "Love being able to send Personalized Christmas ornaments to the kids. They can look back at what they were into on a specific year. One year camping, soccer, baby's first xmas, wedding dates, travels to NYC, so awesome to have their history on the Christmas tree. Janette S."
12/17/2016 - "A top quality product. Very reasonable. I loved the individualized product. This was the ONLY place I could find EXACTLY what I was looking for. Laurie F."
12/3/2016 - "Thank you Ornament shop..I was still looking for the perfect ornament this year for my daughter and was able to order it this morning. Great selection..happy mom! Renee D."
12/15/2016 - "All seemed Great. Excited for family to receive these. Peggy P."
12/16/2016 - "Great job and quality was outstanding. Laura H."
12/30/2016 - "Great selection - but many were out of stock. Evelynn C."
11/22/2016 - "Second year ordering. Great products. Great web site. Anonymous Respondent"
11/20/2016 - "I am always satisfied with the ornaments I purchase from Ornament Shop. Anonymous Respondent"
4/28/2016 - "Had shopped here previously, so came back to find what I was looking for. Shirley S."