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2020 Toilet Paper Ornament

$14.99

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Toilet paper had never made headlines like it did during the COVID-19 pandemic. Toilet paper was difficult to find in stores and online. People stockpiled it, fought in stores over it and even created a TP bootleg market! 2020 will be a year to remember for decades! Commemorate 2020 with an ornament, the highest demand product, toilet paper!
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Santa With Face Mask Ornament

$21.99

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Santa wants to keep you and his friends at the North Pole safe this Christmas so he s wearing a mask. You may not see Santa s smile behind the mask but the twinkle in his eyes will let you know that he s happy to see you re on his nice list this year!
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