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Pink Ribbon With Roses Ornament

4 reviews

$12.99 MSRP: $4.99

The pink ribbon is symbolic of the fight against breast cancer and the awareness of the need for women to be regularly examined. Support and honor a loved one with this special ornament since part of the proceeds will be donated to cancer research.

Dimensions: 3.75 X 1.75 X 0.75 (HxLxW)

Item Number: #36164

UPC: 729343361646

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10/22/2020
Charles H.
United States United States
Stunning Design

We bought six of these ornaments, pre-Christmas gifts for families touched by the scourge of cancer. The ornament carries a powerful message, and we plan to buy a few more.

DG
10/22/2020
Dawn G.
United States United States
Ribbon of Hope

I love this ribbon. So simple and beautiful. I’m giving them for Christmas gifts to breast cancer survivors.

BB
10/20/2020
Beth B.
United States United States
Pink ribbon ornament

Purchased for my friend who is celebrating 5 years breast cancer-free.

VW
09/08/2020
VALERIE W.
United States United States
Beautiful

Always a pleasure doing business with this shop. The ornament is a little smaller than I thought but it is beautiful. They should have other awareness ribbons available though

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