This porcelain angel Christmas ornament is a symbol of strength, beauty and hope for survivors and those fighting breast cancer. Wearing a pink ribbon across her chest, this beautiful angel will help to fund cancer research as Hallmark donates $2 to Susan G. Komen for each specially designed Keepsake ornament sold. Festive and collectible, Hallmark Keepsake Ornaments come ready to give in a seasonal holiday gift box. The box can also be used for ornament storage. This Hallmark Keepsake Ornament measures 3 x 4.3 x 1.6 inches and comes in a 5 x 5.9 x 2.5 gift box. Ornament is made of porcelain. Designed by Terri Steiger and Patricia Andrews. Each piece includes one 2017 Strength Within Porcelain Angel Christmas Ornament Benefiting Susan G. Komen in a gift-ready box. From preserving precious memories to commemorating special milestones, there’s a Keepsake Ornament for everyone on your list. Hallmark has been your family-owned creator of greeting cards, gifts, gift wrap and more for over 100 years. We take deep pride in helping individuals connect in just the right way. This Hallmark original Keepsake Ornament features unparalleled artistry and exceptional detail. The ornament is lead-free and made for years of celebrations.

Product Features

  • Support breast cancer research with this porcelain angel Christmas tree ornament that boasts inner beauty. For each one sold, Hallmark donates $2 to Susan G. Komen. On ornament: Beauty is the strength found within.
  • Festive and collectible, Hallmark Keepsake Ornaments come ready to give in a seasonal holiday gift box. The box can also be used for ornament storage.
  • This Hallmark Keepsake Ornament measures 3 x 4.3 x 1.6 inches and comes in a 5 x 5.9 x 2.5 gift box.
  • Ornament is made of porcelain. Designed by Terri Steiger and Patricia Andrews.
  • Each piece includes one 2017 Strength Within Porcelain Angel Christmas Ornament Benefiting Susan G. Komen in a gift-ready box.

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