If you love Rosemary Clooney’s character in the movie, you will want to add this iconic ornament to your holiday tree. Clad in the classic red gown, this blond singer / dancer wears a vibrant flowing dress embellished with glittered red poinsettias. She has a sparkling rhinestone buckle at her waist. Designer Edith Head created the original costumes for the movie.
And, if you are visiting the northern Kentucky area, be certain to stop at the Rosemary Clooney House in Augusta, the home of the largest collection of WHITE CHRISTMAS memorabilia in the world (http://www.http://www.rosemaryclooney.org)
Only 60 of these ornaments were created for Celebrate365.com for the recent Golden Glow of Christmas Past Convention in Cincinnati, Ohio. Rosemary Clooney was born in northern Kentucky and her career began in Cincinnati. Each ornament is numbered and signed by Rosa De Carlini, daughter of the workshop founder.
Here’s a great new collection from Thomas Glenn Holidays. It’s perfect for a birthday or just about any gift occasion. What could be more personal than a zodiac ornament? The front features the sign’s symbol and the back names the sign with the calendar dates.
Although this collection won’t be in stock until early fall, you can place a pre-order. Pay now and receive complimentary shipping when the ornament arrives.
So, what are you waiting for? Click the image above to start shopping!
Don’t Miss out!
The pre-ordering period for 2018 Soffieria De Carlini Ornaments ends soon! DEADLINE: March 31
See all the 2018 De Carlini styles HERE at Celebrate365.com.
All Available to pre-order with complimentary shipping through March 31.
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Soffieria De Carlini now has its own permanent showroom at AmericasMart in Atlanta. This is a huge step for a little family company with only five full-time employees.
Company head Luca Terruzzi has reorganized the production schedule. Anticipating increased orders, he has shifted production for independent retailers from September to the spring and early summer.
For Celebrate365.com and its collectors, this news is both good and bad.
— The positive: customers might receive their order as early as June or July instead of November or December.
— The negative: Celebrate365 will have very limited time to accept pre-orders, adjust quantities for styles ordered in January and to place special orders for collectors. In other words, I need to refocus the way I’ve been doing business as well!
With these changes in mind, the website is now accepting pre-orders along with special request orders for De Carlini ornaments shown online. The 2018 collection is up and pre-ordering status is enabled.
In addition, many 2017 designs have been reactivated along with time-honored favorites. Those styles are available for your special order.
Pre-Order Deadline: MARCH 31
I will not be able to adjust my order numbers after that final date.
So, take a look! Feel free to pre-order your favorites for later shipment. And, take advantage of the free shipping offered on specific styles … be sure to fully read the ornament description. It tells you if a specific style will ship for free. And, finally … I will be saying “adios” to the beach on March 7. I’ll be back to “real life” in western Ohio soon.
All of those years in the classroom, teaching vocabulary and conjugating verbs … I never dreamed those experiences might lead to this … 7 weeks renting a Mexican home on the Gulf of Mexico coast.
My GOOD news might be BAD news for you … the web site is open and you can browse and place orders. Of course, since I am in Mexico, I can’t SHIP anything to you until sometime in mid-March. We will be returning home to landlocked western Ohio on March 7.
Keep checking the Celebrate365 Facebook page, along with my personal one, to find out what we are doing. I’ll also check in here from time to time to give you updates on new designs and some suggestions about how to make the most of the web site options and functions that you might not be aware of.