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    • Julie Platz

      Kids' Christmas list in an ornament with the year. It would be so cool to go back and see what the children asked for years ago. Absolutely love this idea! #KidsChristmasList #Ornament #Kids #Child #Christmas #Craft #Project #Keepsake #Memory

    • Bret Cearlock

      Child's Christmas list in a clear glass. ornament with the year. It would be neat to go back and see what the children asked for years ago. Absolutely love this idea!

    • Angie Costanza

      The Farmer's Nest: Christmas Ornament Time Capsule {DIY}, Kids' Christmas list in an ornament with the year. It would be so cool to go back and see what the children asked for years ago. Absolutely love this idea! Such a cute idea!!!

    • Lori Trout

      This year's christmas ornament for each child ...Every year I'm thinking of something new. What a great idea. Preserve your child’s Christmas list in an ornament every year. Wish I would've kept all those wish lists...

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