Single Snowman Dated 2012 Christmas Ornament
Personalized Christmas Ornament
Dimensions: 3" x 3 1/4"
Even though 2012 is the Chinese year of the dragon, this snowman wants to celebrate it as if it is his own special year. This ornament makes a great yearly reminder on your Christmas tree of a memorable occasion or celebration. Commemorate a milestone event that took place in the year 2012 such as attending the Summer Olympics in London or celebrating a 3rd Christmas. You will love this personalized 2012 ornament that glorifies this year as being one in which you got your first job or finally finished that project hanging over your head.
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12/11/2016 - "With so many places to buy Christmas ornaments, it is difficult to stand out from the crowd but my experience with the Ornament Shop was exceptional. Ordering was easy, I received them in a timely manner and they are absolutely gorgeous. I will definitely be ordering from them again! Deb E."
9/17/2016 - "Needed an ornament to fit all my siblings kids and spouses and found it here. Bethany P."
11/23/2016 - "I have ordered ornaments for my granddaughter every year since she was born and have never been disappointed with Ornament Shop. Carol H."
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6/15/2016 - "Ordered and received ornaments in a timely fashion. Adorable! That is why I am ordering again! Mona W."
12/18/2016 - "Nice job very happy. Lois D."
6/14/2016 - "I was very pleased with my purchase and have already placed another order. I almost have you on "speed-dial", and am looking forward to a long relationship. Thanks! Glenda T."
12/15/2016 - "I requested custom writing on my ornament and you did a beautiful job. Thank you so much! Merry Christmas! Christine L."
12/16/2016 - "Great job and quality was outstanding. Laura H."
11/28/2016 - "I looked for this ornament for long time. It will be a reminder of our trip to Rome. Rich L."