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2019 First Christmas Heart Ornament

$19.99

Hearts have long been associated with love and Valentine s Day. The heart is also a symbol of the love of Christ, whose birth we celebrate at Chris...
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50th Anniversary Heart Ornament

$19.99

The 50th wedding anniversary is known as the golden anniversary. On the 50th anniversary in the Holy Roman Empire, the husband would crown his wife...
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Bff Hearts Ornament

$21.99

Some friends come and go but a best friend stays with you for life to share trust, interests and experiences. Sometimes years can pass between visi...
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25th Anniversary Heart Ornament

$19.99

The silver anniversary is to be remembered and celebrated. The historic origins of this anniversary date back to the Holy Roman Empire when a husba...
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  • How Christmas ornaments are made? How Christmas ornaments are made?
    In the late 16th century, long before glass Christmas ornaments made their debut, Lauscha was famous for their specialty handcrafted glassworks, including: drinkware, flasks, bowls, beads, and glass eyes. Lauscha’s wooded landscape provided ample glass making resources of lumber, fine sand, and local limestone.
  • Christmas Tree Disposal For Real & Artificial Trees Christmas Tree Disposal For Real & Artificial Trees
    Whether you celebrate Christmas with a real or artificial Christmas tree, eventually it has to come down. While there is no set day for when you should take your tree down, there are suggested ways and methods for how you should dispose of it.
  • Fun Facts About the Famous Rockefeller Tree Fun Facts About the Famous Rockefeller Tree

    Nestled between West 48th and 51st street on the Rockefeller Plaza stands the 87th annual Rockefeller Center Christmas tree. The Rockefeller tree became an annual tradition starting in 1931, serving as a beacon of hope for those living through the Great Depression.