Jingle Bells is a silver goose egg with a surprise- it actually jingles. Inside are tiny bells, and when you lightly shake the egg, it makes a jingling noise. I like to think that something very similar hangs from Santa’s sleigh.
What a simple yet brilliant idea! I love this.
Hey, do you need a testimonial to how well the eggs stand up during shipping? Mine arrived from you with nary a blemish AND I have since packed it and MOVED and it arrived here safely as well.
This was one of the eggs in my first group show, and when it was time to pick up the eggs, the woman running the show said, “Okay, one more jingle,” shook it, and then handed it back. It made me laugh.
Thanks! I have told people in person that I’ve shipped to Hawaii. I’ve also mentioned that a 10 year old boy put one on his wrist and whirled it around to see if it would fly. But I’ve forgotten to mention that I’ve had an egg riding in the cupholder of my car, and despite getting in a minor fender bender, hitting speed bumps, and driving down gravel roads, it’s survived perfectly fine. And then there’s the one that I dropped about 3 feet. I don’t recommend such things, but the eggs can survive a lot more than people think.
I will add your statement to the FAQ page, just in case people look for it there.
Click here to cancel reply.
You must be logged in to post a comment.
(Required fields are bold)
Lisa Bolton Arts is proudly powered by WordPress 2.8 | Entries (RSS) | Comments (RSS).
Made By On