It might not be a “traditional” Christmas ornament … but it certainly shares the spirit of Christmas 2019.
Sparky Santa, one of this season’s top sellers, was inspired by a retro Christmas card. Additional inventory just arrived. Don’t be disappointed … order yours now!
This pearlized ball portrays retro Santa faces with assorted hat styles … can you pick them out? Don’t you love the angular retro-style beards and mustaches? And here is yet another design that begs an ornamotor to provide a 360 degree view.
Brent Lawyer, the new owner of Thomas Glenn Holidays, is coming to visit me tomorrow, March 24. His new 2014 samples had not yet arrived from Poland when I visited his booth in Atlanta in January.
It is so sweet of him to make this effort. He’s in Chicago … I’m in western Ohio. That’s not a quick little trip!
Of course, I’ll be taking lots of photos and reporting in about what is new.
I’ve been going full tilt since coming home from Mexico … tax records in to the CPA this morning, so I have a little breathing room now. And, it is certainly time to play catch up with news!
I will do my best. But, the best news is that the STORE IS OPEN!
2014 orders will not arrive until fall … but I will be posting them online as soon as possible. I might need to increase the small quantities that I ordered!
|The Christopher Radko company has reached a licensing agreement with Coca Cola.
There are five glass ornaments in this special European-made collection. And, may I say … they are just way too cute! And, I’m not even a Coke drinker … but I know just who I’d like to buy them for.
You’ll also find two Coke designs in the Home for the Holidays collection. One is a darling snack plate for Santa. As you may remember … Coca Cola is the company who revolutionized our American concept of Santa when they designed a fat, jolly version in early advertising.
I predict these will appear on many a collector tree for Christmas 2011!