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Ornaments With Love

Ornaments With Love is a website to but ornaments for every occasion or just because! You could browse the website for hours finding gems for your wishlist, or little add-on gifts for others.



Ordering is easy, you just follow direct steps to order and personalize how you want it. When your order goes through, shipping is received quite fast!

Here is what it looks like when you open the box and unwrap the paper that enfolds it. Quite welcoming!
The ornament is securely wrapped in paper, as it sits inside a bubble-wrap pocket. This ensures it on't get broke on the way to your home.
I chose this ornament for review. It's a Personalized Beach Christmas Ornament with a Palm Tree. It will be an extra little something for my mom, she's Shirley.
Doug, her husband and my step-dad passed away. This will be her second Christmas without him.
They were together many, many years but only tied the knot in 1990. Their last name is Beach.
I think you get where my sentiment and idea went.
The craftsmanship in this beautiful ornament blows me away. It brought tears to my eyes and I can only imagine what effect it will have on my unsuspecting mom. Thank you Ornaments With Love.
I also appreciate the pretty paper to go with the ornament. It also comes with a twist tie.
I filled it out, To Mom Love From Freda, Vince & Kris. Used the twist tie to shape in a flower and close it tight. Then I put it in my tree. Everything goes in my Christmas tree.
It will sit there until Mom can open it up.

If you have someone hard to buy for this could be a solution. Personalized ornaments last a lifetime and give people memories too. Please browse Ornaments with Love today.

Also check out their Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.

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  1. They have some cute ornaments and I know my niece would love some of these.

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