The holidays are fast approaching and stock is dwindling! Several unique ornaments have already been exhausted for the 2010 season, so be sure to grab your favorites now before they’re gone!
Last day for regular shipping for December 24th arrival: Friday, Dec. 17th. (Orders must be placed by 10pm PST 12/17)
Last day for express 2 day shipping for December 24th arrival: Monday, Dec. 20th (Orders must be placed by 10pm PST 12/20)
We are not accepting custom orders for the remainder of 2010 unless the delivery date is after February of 2011.
I picked up a couple of tiny sombreros in Texas and did what was only natural- put them on Santa Claus! Because I only have two- a red and a green one- I’ve listed in them in my Etsy store. If you’d like to purchase this truly unique Christmas ornament for $19.99 click here for the Mexican Santa ornament listing. The ornament size is the 67mm large round with an 7 inch (give or take) wide sombrero.
We’re out of the washi paper that was used to create these pretty (and cute) koi fish ornaments but we can’t say that the cause wasn’t worthy! This 3 foot tall tree created by Totalily Water Gardens is being donated to a Tioga County, NY fundraiser!
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Previously EB Ornaments made a frog on lily pad ornament with a glass lampwork frog with a white belly on a lily pad and glass lampwork waterlily on a blue resin pond. But unfortunately, the lampwork frog kept going out of stock from the supplier. So enter in a new era and more plentiful (for now) type of frog! Meet our newest unique ornament a bright green frog complete with the blue pond, waterlily and two lily pads to rest upon.
Check out all the pictures of our new frog ornament!
Introducing our newest unique ornament to the 2010 collection: It Came Upon a Midnight Clear! A large round glass ornament (67mm) with a tiny icy lake, an evergreen tree and small hut on it’s banks. Up in the night sky you can see Santa and his reindeer against a full moon. What’s not to inspire the holiday spirit with this festive scene?