🎄 🎅🏻#Blogmas #Day10 #Review: #Christmas Reindeer and Snowman Snowflake Slumber Statue @DesignToscano
🎄 🎅🏻Review & Gift Idea
I’m reviewing the Christmas Decorations – Christmas Reindeer and Snowman Snowflake Slumber Statue – Holiday Decor. Here are my thoughts:
^^ I was lucky enough to be sent these two little fellas, and I must say how adorable they are! They’re both snoozing, and totally worn out, properly with all the excitement of Christmas looming! As someone who loves Christmas, I certainly know how they feel.
^^This design is exclusive to the Design Toscano brand, and is the cutest Christmas decoration I’ve seen, so far.
^^I’d recommend it as a great statue for outdoors, as it will really brighten up your back garden or your front porch/driveway. I’ve got mine indoors, as I am a little worried I may lose it outside during Storm Caroline and this sudden cold snap we are having, however, Toscano do say it can be left outdoors.
^^ Toscanoalso say it is hand-cast by Santa ‘s elves using real crushed stone bonded with durable designer resin, and topped with UV resistant paint and golden details to delight Jack Frost. So I take that to be hardy, don’t you?
^^ Although this is made from resin and is hollow inside, the reindeer looks to me like it has been carved out of wood. Very appealing for a garden ornament.
^^ The detail on the snowman is brilliant, with his Merry Christmas sign, golden bell, and winter woolies. Despite this weather, they’re looking all cosy and warm snuggled up against each other.
^^ This sleepy couple statue measures 49.5 x 34.5 x 30.5 cm and is 3.25 kg in weight. Heavy enough to weigh it down so it doesn’t blow away (not sure about Storm Caroline, she is a bit of an exception), but not too heavy to pick up and move if needed. Not at all.
Overall: I’m only too happy to recommend this cute Christmas decoration, for indoors or outdoors. They’ve both become a charming visitor to our home and I hope they enjoy their stay this Christmas. I’m certainly inviting them back for more festive fun next year. When they’ve finished their duties at the North Pole, that is.