Monday, November 21, 2011

Ornaments With Love for a Personalized Touch

Everyone has their own holiday tradition and that is one thing I love about the holiday's, sharing our traditions and hearing others traditions. One tradition we have has since our first Christmas together was of course a new Christmas Ornaments for the year. For a while that consisted of picking a "love" themed ornament for my husband and I, while letting the kids pick out whatever they desired. About two of three years ago a family member gifted us a beautiful personalized family ornament and I was hooked! There is nothing more special to me then placing our personal ornaments on the tree. With every passing Christmas since we have chosen personalized ornaments.

Seeing how much I loved my gift of a personalized ornament, we opted to review a beautiful grandparent ornament from Ornaments With Love for my husbands parents. 

This Grandparents Family Tree ornament was just perfect. Of course we all have different name s we call our Grandparents which mad this ornament perfect - We could use Grandma and Pop together for an extra special touch. Made in USA and crafted from bread dough you have the ability to personalize it with up to 23 names! Perfect for large families.

Have you welcomed a new addition to the family this year? Looking for a little something special for you child's God Parents? Check these out...

Really, they have it all from teachers, sports, to all kids of first. Check out Ornaments with love for that special addition to your Christmas tree!

Buy It: The Grandparents ornament featured above sells for $19.95 including personalization @


Lilla said...Best Blogger Tips[Reply to comment]Best Blogger Templates

How beautiful. What a wonderful gift idea

Anonymous said...Best Blogger Tips[Reply to comment]Best Blogger Templates

Awww, these are cute! We've received some personalized ornaments over the years and they're my favorites!

2bufa4u said...Best Blogger Tips[Reply to comment]Best Blogger Templates

I love the idea of that tradition! I think I want to start that tradition with my family :)

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