School House Christmas Ornament
Personalized Christmas Ornament
Dimensions: 3 1/4"
Material: Glass Ball
An admired teacher would adore this hand painted keepsake of their hard work shaping the minds of children. This personalized teacher ornament permanently says TO TEACH IS TO TOUCH A LIFE FOREVER on the back. On the front is pictured an old school house with bell in the bell tower erected next to an apple tree with one shiny apple in it for a favorite teacher. Completely painted on the inside using reverse painting process, this personalized teacher ornament is a unique gift that your child's favorite teacher will cherish. Makes a great graduation gift for someone who just graduated with a teaching certificate and is ready to educate the youth of our nation.
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7/27/2016 - "In the many years we used them we have always gotten good service and the quality of the ornaments are excellent. Staff very accommodating. Mary G."
12/15/2016 - "Love the Ornament and I am sure my wife will too. Jeff W."
6/30/2016 - "I love this site! - wish they had a few or lots of grand kids...I have 20! Debbie R."
12/8/2016 - "Love the ornaments! Kelly A."
12/21/2016 - "Wish you had more choices available for personalizing with colors. For example, I wanted a yellow SUV for my daughter. Sharon C."
9/23/2016 - "I enjoyed the experience. Joyce D."
11/19/2016 - "I love this shop. I loved the personal call when you had a question on my last order. Nancy A."
11/23/2016 - "Very quickly resolved incorrect engraving. Tanny T."
10/3/2016 - "I ALWAYS ENJOY YOUR ORNAMENTS AND GIVING TO MY GRANCHILDREN. Carolyn D."
11/30/2016 - "The best part of Christmas, for my family, is receiving an ornament from Santa. Typically those ornaments must be purchased online as they represent something fun from that year or give a kiddo a sneak peak into something yet to come. This year my daughter had a rough patch with some kids who felt they needed to tell her the whole Christmas season was fake. It broke her heart. Out at dinner one evening we were seated close to a man who clearly resembled Santa. My daughter left to visit the restroom and I quickly explained her situation to the man. Both he and his wife were holiday Claus's and called my daughter to them (by her name) and spoke to her. I wasn't supposed to hear their conversation but "Santa" told my daughter that it does not matter what other kids believe as long as she still did. He said, "If you believe, I can feel it! I am going to put a gift under the tree this year that proves I'm real! A peanut butter and jelly sandwich!" I of course will get that sandwhich under the tree but I felt her ornament should reflect that spirit and joy I saw on her face during that discussion. This site had multiple designs to pick from and the quality looks like what I aim for. Lindsey K."