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Toilet Paper Ornament

25 reviews

MSRP: $14.99

A basic necessity of life today, toilet paper is taken for granted by many. Before toilet paper was produced, people used stones, leaves and sand for hygiene. The first toilet paper was produced in China during the 6th century. And the first use in the USA was in 1857.

Dimensions: 1.75 X 2 X 2.5 (HxLxW)

Item Number: #32469

UPC: 729343324696

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Beth W.
United States United States
Lots of fun!

Every year, I get my kids an ornament to commemorate something that is going on in their lives that year. Living through a pandemic was the big event in 2020!

Old World Christmas

Hi Beth- Yes, the pandemic was the event for 2020. Who would have thought we would be hanging a Toilet Paper ornament on our trees to commemorate this last year...

Beverly B.
United States United States
Toilet paper ornament

It was perfect for the year we had.

Old World Christmas

Hi Beverly- Who would have thought we would celebrate 2020 with a Toilet Paper ornament, yet here we are the perfect ornament for 2020!

susan a.
United States United States

The ornaments were adorable, however, the box was short one. I believe I ordered 5 and there were only 4.

Old World Christmas

Hi Susan- I have reached out to you via email to resolve this issue with you order. Thank you.

Lois C.
United States United States
Unusual ornament

Fun to give as a memory of 2020. Brought some laughter to a different holiday

Old World Christmas

Hi Lois- Yes, the holidays in 2020 were different to say the least. We are grateful we were able to bring some humor to your holidays with the Toilet Paper ornament.

Julie G.
United States United States
Lots of laughs for a bad time

I gave these to friends who enjoy a fun ornament. This one was great for the “hoarding” event of 2020. So glad you did this ornament!!

Old World Christmas

Hi Julie- Thank you. This Toilet Paper ornament is sure to remind you and your friends of the this hoarding event of 2020.

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