Oyvey. Bossy was going to write a very poignant and meaningful post about her vintage Christmas tree balls and how precious they are to Bossy and her family and blah blah sentimental blah, except Bossy’s power has been out all morning, and there’s nothing like no electricity to put someone off celebrating things vintage.
Plus, Bossy’s husband hasn’t carried the Christmas ornaments from the attic yet, which makes all kinds of sense since Bossy doesn’t have an attic, although the absence of ornaments, even if kept in a crawl space, makes it difficult to feature these ornaments in a post.
But trust Bossy, they are notable. For instance, some of them look like this:
And some of them look like this:
And some even look like this:
OK, Bossy is lying, none of them look like that. But Bossy was feeling sorry for her Polygon tool, which gets little love in Photoshop.
Anyway. What is the opposite of vintage Christmas ornaments in various shapes not polygon?
That’s correct! The answer is the Christmas tree ball you see above, which is an Omnitech Digital Photo Viewer Ornament. This ornament comes in many styles and stores up to 100 images, and plays them in a constant slideshow on your Christmas tree.
Here’s the deal: the Omnitech Digital Ornament retails for $10 and is available only at Staples, but Bossy’s friends at Staples would like to offer one of these ornaments to three Bossy readers.
Simply leave a comment below, in ten words please, telling Bossy about your favorite holiday decoration. It doesn’t have to be a Christmas decoration. Bossy will employ her friend the Random Number Generator to select the three winners.
And make sure you check back later today for the most decorative comments on the web.
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