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  • Natalie Ratliff

    Kids' Christmas List Ornament (with the year): So you can go back and see what the children asked for years ago.

  • Erin Palmer

    CUTE IDEA! Preserve your childs Christmas list in an ornament every year. Wish I would have thought of this many years ago

  • 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!!!

  • Simply Dreaming

    Christmas list in an ornament with the year. It would be so cool to go back and see what was asked for years ago. Absolutely love this idea! #christmas #ornament #wish #list

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