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Ornaments With Love #HolidayGiftGuide2014

Last year I reviewed an ornament that was made for my mom. She had recently lost her husband and the ornament became a memento of their life together. It brought her to tears when she opened it. I never felt so good about a gift I had given.
Thank you, Ornaments With Love.
And, thank you for giving me another opportunity to give a special gift this year.
With so much ease, I went to the website and ordered the item I wanted. It was easy to personalize it, as it is all laid out for you. Within a week, I had the ornament in my hand.
This year, I give my sister something extra special. She has had it rough lately and I just want to show her how much I care and I will always be there. She has always been there for me, even if I didn't deserve it. On this earth, I'm not closer to anyone else in my family than her. When I saw this ornament, I knew it was made for us.
My sister is blonde and I am brunette. She is my older sister and her favorite color is blue. I like blue, red and pink. You see the resemblance, right?! And so will she. Man, I hope she cries. The good cry though....
Ornaments With Love has such a huge selection you are guaranteed to find things for the people in your lives. Be sure to check them out, you won't regret it!
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**No compensation was received for posting. An ornament was received to facilitate a review. Opinions are owned by this site.

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  1. I like to give personalized gifts like this too - just as something extra - a surprise....nice to know about this company - Thanks!

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  2. I really like personalized gifts. Shows so much special thought. I'm sure your sister will love her ornament.

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  3. Very cute personalized gift

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  4. I love these personalized ornaments. So many selection that you are bound to find something like you said.

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  5. Absolutely adorable, you always find the coolest ideas, and this site definitely is awesome! I will checking them out for Christmas gifts for sure! :)

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  6. So adorable, what a great gift idea and so personal!

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