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Dating back to the 15th century, the first holiday ornaments were perishable, usually apples, wafers or other pastries cut into classic shapes. These ornaments, crafted of wood and formed into traditional designs, are a little more lasting. Personalization and festive, eye-catching color finishes make these ornaments a beautiful addition to every tree. Exclusively from RedEnvelope.
  • square shape
  • features state graphic of your choice
  • personalization details:
    • line 1: enter message (ex: THE THOMPSON FAMILY)
    • line 2: city and state (ex: Ann Arbor, Mi.)
    • on line 2, please note that the comma is not automatically included - please type it in if you want it to appear
  • 2 3/4" sq. x 1/8”H
  • includes red grosgrain ribbon for ease of hanging
  • each ornament individually packaged in suede-like pouch and a special RedEnvelope box
  • Item #30080221

wood ornament square state

$29.95 $14.99
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this product has received 2.5714 / 5 stars from 7 ratings
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Dating back to the 15th century, the first holiday ornaments were perishable, usually apples, wafers or other pastries cut into classic shapes. These ornaments, crafted of wood and formed into traditional designs, are a little more lasting. Personalization and festive, eye-catching color finishes make these ornaments a beautiful addition to every tree. Exclusively from RedEnvelope.
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Soxsgal
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Very nice May 21, 2013
"I think they turned out very nice. They are well made and the engraving looks nice. Will be a nice little treat for the families."
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Deckerej
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Sweet First Christmas Present March 05, 2013
"I bought this for my husband (and I) after getting married last June 2012 to celebrate our first Christmas together as a married family. He normally doesn't get teary-eyed over small things, but once he saw the beautiful ornament there wasn't a dry eye between him and I. Thank you!"
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john
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not worth it December 25, 2012
"we received this ornament as a gift... looks cheap... checked the price ..and even with the sale price they paid too much... the only thing we can say is... at least it wasn't a Chia pet!"
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New York, NY
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Disappointed December 24, 2012
"Based on the web site I thought the ornament would be wooden with the state and text carved into it. What you get is a wooden ornament, but the state and text look like a brown photo copy glued on. The ornament is a good size, but the picture is small leaving a lot of blank space."
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Nice Christmas present December 13, 2012
"This was a little smaller than I thought, but it is precise and beautiful, and a lovely present for the family I bought it for."
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Aussiegirl
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Poorly Made December 11, 2012
"I ordered 4 of these personalized ornaments for my friends. They forgot to add the state initials and the wood was stained. It did not look anything like the picture that is advertised. I would not recommend this product. I usually order from this company, but after the poor make of this product I'm deterred."
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D.C. Amy
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District of Columbia is missing November 25, 2012
"I wanted to purchase this for my family, but we live in Washington, D.C., which wasn't one of the "state" choices. What is the option for the 600,000 residents of the District, who also happen to be U.S. citizens? This is disappointing. We don't have representation in Congress, and apparently we don't get it with wood ornaments from Red Envelope either."
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