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Christmas Spider Ornament-Blue/Gold

Listed In Category: Art & Antiques > Art
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Classified Id ADUJGCQA
Asking Price $ 3.00 USD per item
Quantity 1 item (new condition)
Tax Taxes are not applicable
Shipping & Handling
Seller will ship to the United States Only
USPS Priority mail to be determined by zipcode.
Payment Terms
Payment in advance only
Seller accepts:
Money Order / Cashiers Check  
Renewed Date10-Mar-2019 12:45:24 PM EST
Expiration Date 09-May-2019 12:45:24 PM EST
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Jlscreativeenterprise member since 04-sep-2006
View Cleveland Classifieds Cleveland, Ohio, USA
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Classified Details
Christmas Spider Ornament-Blue and Gold  Christmas Spider Ornament
Acrylic/Glass and Wire.
Blue and Gold Ornament.
3" x 1" x 2oz

Legend of the Christmas Spider
A long time ago, a mother was cleaning for Christmas. Spiders fled up to the attic to escape the broom. On the quiet Christmas Eve, the spiders slowly came down for a peek. Oh what a beautiful tree exclaimed the spiders. In excitement, they scurried up and out along each branch. They were filled with happiness as they climbed amongst the glittering beauty. But alas! By the time they were done, the tree was shrouded in their dusty grey webs. When Santa came with gifts for the children and saw the tree covered with spider webs, he smiled because he saw how happy the spiders were, but knew how heartbroken the mother would be if she saw it covered in dusty webs. So he turned the webs to strands of silver and the tree was even more beautiful than before. That’s the story of tinsel on trees and why every tree should have a Christmas Spider in its branches.