(Note: I received this product for free in exchange for my honest review. The links in this post are affiliate links and I will receive a small fee if you make a purchase by clicking through a link)
I received an email from the Precious Moments company with the opportunity to receive this cute "Love You Tons" elephant snow globe in exchange for a review on my blog. I have a daughter in law who loves elephants and I couldn't resist the opportunity to receive it and then to give it to her as a gift. She is an Alabama Crimson Tide Fan and loves elephants! Can you believe she is living here in the middle of Carolina Tar Heels, NC State, Duke and Wake Forest Country?
Here is the Snow Globe before being shaken:
The Precious Moments company is known for their collectable figurines and I'm sure you have seen them. After visiting the website I was so pleased to see the variety of gifts of love available there. I was especially interested in the bereavement gifts. If you want to let someone who recently suffered the loss of a loved one know that you are thinking of them, you can find something there to fit any situation, from a miscarriage, the death of a child, spouse, a parent, or even a pet.
The item that I was sent for review would make an excellent baby shower gift... or for the person who loves elephants. Not only is it beautiful and magical to look at, it contains a music box and plays Brahms Lullaby when it is wound up.
In this picture you can see the glitter floating gently down after I gave it a little shake. Its so pretty!
It was well packaged so there was no chance of it becoming damaged during shipment.
Precious Moments has thought of every possible occasion and has a gift for all of them. Just a few: Appreciation Gifts, Bereavement Gifts, Christmas, Anniversary, Birthday, Get Well, Graduation, First Communion and more. If you visit their website, look at the left side and you will see all of the options.
Thank you Precious Moments for allowing me to review the "Love You Tons" elephant snow globe!
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