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Abc Blocks Ornament

$19.99

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Christmas as a child is a magical time, filled with wonder, celebration and joy. The celebration of the season is commemorated with giving presents, such as alphabet blocks. These simple toys teach so many concepts such as letters, building, shapes and of course sharing with others.
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Army Man Toy Ornament

$14.99

This simple plastic and almost indestructible toy has entertained millions of children since 1938. Unlike the more expensive toy soldiers in hobby shops, these soldiers were simplified so that all could afford to create a troop. Relive the hours of play battle as you hang the Army Man Toy ornament.
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Baby's 1st Christmas Ornament

$14.99

One of the most dearly loved animals is the Teddy Bear, who has provided years of comfort and steadfast companionship to many a young owner. From the Cinnamon Bear to Winnie-the-Pooh, Teddy Bears live in literature and in the hearts of even the oldest children.
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Baby's First Teddy Bear (a) Ornament

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One of the most dearly loved animals is the Teddy Bear, who has provided years of comfort and steadfast companionship to many a young owner. From the Cinnamon Bear to Winnie-the-Pooh, Teddy Bears live in literature and in the hearts of even the oldest children.
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Beach Bucket Ornament

$19.99

The Beach Bucket ornament is a reminder of summer childhood days spent at the shore. Memories of hotdogs, ice cream and playing in the sand come to mind. In those days a good, sturdy Beach Bucket and small shovel was all that was needed for hours of fun.
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Billiard Balls Ornament

$19.99

Billiards has a long history stretching back to the 15th century. The game is still popular today and is played in homes, bars and pubs around the world with the most common game being eight-ball in North America. Billiards is played in tournaments and becomes highly competitive.
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Bingo Ornament

$22.99

Bingo, a delightful game of chance invites players to test their luck. Versions of Bingo started in the 1530s. No one knows for sure how Bingo got its name, but it is said to echo the sound of a bell ringing, noting the winner.
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Bubbles Ornament

$14.99

Blowing and chasing bubbles provides hours of entertainment for the young and old, and is sure to set off an eruption of giggles. Dip the bubble wand, blow and like magic, a bubble appears, floats and pops. It is as much fun to blow the bubbles as pop them!
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Building Blocks Ornament

$14.99

These simple and colorful bricks are a universal symbol of childhood. Unlike the hyper-connected and digital world in which we live, these blocks call for our imaginations to take over and create new worlds to explore. Come on, let's play!
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Corn Hole Game Ornament

$19.99

The lawn game, corn hole has deep roots, dating back to 1883! In the 1970s it began growing in popularity after a popular magazine published instructions for making the boards. Since then, the game has continued to see a resurgence in backyards and at tailgating events. The national championships are even nationally broadcasted.
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Crayon (a) Ornament

$12.99

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Crayons are colored wax sticks used by talented professional artists and children alike. The crayon is easy to work with and less messy than paint and markers, making it a great tool for kids. Cherish memories of making priceless works of art with kids with this special ornament.
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Crossword Puzzle Ornament

$22.99

Crossword puzzles challenge the mind and pique the interest of the challenger. Most often appearing in newspapers and magazines, one is challenged each time they open the paper. The first crossword puzzle appeared in the December 1913 issue of the New York World.
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Dice Ornament

$7.99

Dice date back to ancient times when they were made of bones or sticks. Dice are not only used for gaming, but as symbols of Fate and the randomness of her gifts. In both positive and negative ways, dice represent chance. To roll the dice is to take a chance or try your luck.
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Dominos Ornament

$15.99

Family game night often includes a game of dominos. The earliest mention of dominos is found in the 18th century Italy, where it is believed missionaries brought the game back from China. In addition to the game, dominos are widely stacked on end to create a toppling domino chain that displays the domino effect.
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Dreidel Ornament

$11.99

The dreidel is a small four-sided spinning top with a Hebrew letter on each side: Nun (miracle), Gimel (great), Hay (happened) and Shin (there) which together form the acronym Nes Gadol Hayah Sham (a great miracle happened there). Families play dreidel for chocolate gelt during Hanukkah, based on an old legend from the time of the Maccabees: Jewish children weren't allowed to study Torah, but they would anyway. When Greek soldiers would pass by, the kids would hide their books & just play with their spinning tops instead.
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Groovy Submarine Ornament

$19.99

Submarines were built and used during the American Civil War. They are used for a variety of non-military purposes including salvage missions, deep sea exploration, and marine exploration. Some submarines are able to remain underwater for several months at a time!
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Piggy Bank Ornament

$12.99

In medieval England, clay was called pygg, and the small jars where people kept their coins became known as pygg banks. One day a potter who was unfamiliar with the term, was asked to make some pygg banks, so he fashioned them to look like actual pigs!
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Piñata Ornament

$14.99

The Pi~nata is associated with Mexican fiestas and fun. It also has a Christian meaning. The candies inside the colorful paper figure are temptations, the blindfolded person stands for blind unwavering faith, and the stick symbolizes goodness. When the candies are released they are the just rewards of faith and goodness!
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Prancing Unicorn Ornament

$22.99

Unicorns are highly sought-after mythical creatures similar to horses with a spiral horn on the forehead. Unicorns are a symbol of purity and grace, which could only be captured by a virgin in European folklore. Ancient Greeks wrote of unicorns in natural history, leading to the continuous search for this illusive creature.
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Rocking Horse Ornament

$19.99

Originally, the Rocking Horse was developed in the 17th century to teach riding skills. Today, it is a classic toy that every child dreams about and every adult remembers. This glass Rocking Horse ornament recalls some of those favorite moments of childhood.
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Rocking Horse Teddy Ornament

$24.99

One of the most dearly loved toys is the Teddy Bear, who has provided years of comfort and steadfast companionship to many a young owner. The classic Rocking Horse is a favorite as well. Combined, the two toys make a charming ornament to commemorate baby s special first Christmas.
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Roller Skate Ornament

$19.99

In the mid-1700s a Dutch-Belgian inventor removed the blade from ice skates and attached wheels, creating the first roller skate. The 4-wheel skate was created a century later to give the illusion of ice skating while performing on stage. Eventually roller skating evolved from a pastime to a competitive sport and leisure activity.
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Rolling Horse Toy Ornament

$22.99

This joy-filled vintage toy glides around the room, led by the happiest kid on the block. Dating back to the 1800s France, today these toys are popular antique collectibles. In the early days, the toys were made of wood then slowly switched to plastic and now this ornament is made of glass.
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Royal Flush Ornament

$18.99

A Royal Flush is a poker hand containing the ace, king, queen, jack, and of the same suit. A combination of a flush (all cards in the same suit), and a straight (5 cards in numerical sequence) the Royal Flush is the highest ranking hand in poker. The odds of being dealt a royal flush are 1 in 649,740.
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Rubber Chicken Ornament

$14.99

A Rubber Chicken is a popular gag and slapstick comedy prop used by comics. However, as part of political campaigning, someone who "travels the rubber chicken circuit," does so by attending or making speeches at many gatherings where dinner is often overcooked chicken. Either way, this chicken likes to have fun!
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Rubber Ducky Ornament

$9.99

The Rubber Ducky has been a favorite bath time toy for decades. Just its image reminds of us of childhood innocence and playtime. This glass ornament was delicately hand-painted with brightly colored lacquers and glitters for you to enjoy!
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Skateboard Ornament

$16.99

Skateboarding was created by surfers seeking an action sport when waves were flat. The sport s popularity has grown since its advent in the1940s, with skate parks. Now, more children ride skateboards than play baseball each year.
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