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Cookie Cottage Ornament

$19.99

Cookie and gingerbread houses depict one of the favorite traditions of the holiday season sweets! Creating elaborate and realistic buildings made entirely out of cookies, candies, and sweets, started years ago and continues as a favorite holiday family activity today.
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Cupcake Cottage Ornament

$29.99

During the holidays, children dream of sugarplums and holiday goodies. This Cupcake Cottage is a sweet fantasy where one might expect to see a Christmas elf come to the door with a tray of cookies and cups of hot chocolate and peppermints.
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Gingerbread Barn Ornament

$24.99

Painted in traditional red and white, the barn is found on most ranches and farms. Barns represent American country life and the traditional values of honesty, hard work and love of the land. Here the barn is depicted in special holiday fashion as a gingerbread confection!
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Gingerbread Church Ornament

$23.99

Building gingerbread houses is a favorite holiday tradition. Creating elaborate buildings from cookies, and sweets, started years ago and continues today. Standing in town squares, churches represent the heritage and culture of the people. Glassblowers often created images reflecting the lovely churches in their hometowns.
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Gingerbread House Ornament

$19.99

Gingerbread Houses depict one of the favorite traditions of the holiday season sweets! The popular custom of creating elaborate little houses made entirely out of gingerbread, candies, and sweets, started years ago and continues as a favorite holiday activity today.
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Holiday Home Ornament

$19.99

Nestled in quaint little villages, cottages represent the heritage and culture of the glass ornament artisans. They often created images that reflected their day to day lives. Therefore, cottage ornaments were proudly styled after the humble homes in which the glassblowers lived and worked. This adorable home is a great reminder of your first family home, even when you are far away. Ah, home sweet home!
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    The most wonderful time of the year will be upon us in no time. Even though we might still be deflating the pool floaties and stashing away the sunscreen collection, we detect a slight shift to cooler morning temperatures indicating that a change is right around the corner. Christmas is a bright light in the middle of a dark, cold winter, but why is Christmas on December 25th? What happened on that day and why does it get celebrated by so many?
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    We have been so excited to release our Ginger Cottages collection to you this season! When we all could use some good cheer and light, we believe our Ginger Cottages collection does just that. Hopefully you’ve explored the entire collection, and added some pieces to your Christmas decor this year. We are thrilled to show you some of our very favorites.
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    Just like the anticipation leading to Christmas or the glee finding and giving the perfect gift, revealing our 2020 ornament collection to you is loaded with excitement, hope and a dash of impatience. We work so hard to design relevant, memorable and celebratory Christmas ornaments each year that represent you, our valued customer.