Wishing Ball
Wishing Ball
Wishing Ball
Wishing Ball
Wishing Ball
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Wishing Ball

This hand-blown glass ball is a unique way to treasure your weekly wishes or thoughts of gratitude.

$32.00

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Unique, Beautiful, and with a purpose

5

I bought this as a gift, and highly recommend. The recipient was both happy and intrigued to receive this gift recently. The fact that you can't get your wishes out is a GOOD thing Make your wish, put it in there and then go about your daily life, trusting things to happen at the right time.

CT

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Perfect unique gift

5

Im giving this as a gift to my mom who have many wishes and loves a handmade unique gift. This is beautiful and has such a cool story behind it. I love it.

Ohio

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I will buy this again, HOWEVER a suggestion....

5

I gave these as Christmas gifts to the Principal and the assistant principal and they were well received. My only complaint/suggestion is the story behind them that is on the buy page was not included in the box and I think it should be. Otherwise there is no point to just giving the ball. So I printed them out on paper and added the paper to the gift bag.

Germantown, MD

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Great gift

4

I purchased this as a birthday for a guy. It is small enough to easily hold with one hand and the pieces of paper for the wishes are excellent. My only complaint is that the wish papers are inscribed with the words gratitude as well as wishes. While I am in favor of being grateful for what we have, I am not a fan of the gratitude and mindfulness fad. For decades, these were known as common sense. I find it almost insulting to the recipient. Perhaps I can create my own wish paper

Rhode Island

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I buy this product every year for the past 4 years

5

This product is for my daughter teachers since she started kindergarten. This serves as a reminder to those teachers to wish and that we are thankful for a great job that they do. It is very unique and we have a lot of compliments. Also gave them to my daughter, niece and Aunt.

Bridgeton, NJ

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I would purchase this gift and purchase again and again !

5

Everything about the product was what was shown. Perfect!

Southern California

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beautiful piece, just needs a way to be opened

3

My only wish is that there is a way to get all of the wishes back out when being given as a gift. It was a great/beautiful way to give a keepsake of wishes and thanks to someone special. The problem: she has no way to be able to get them back out to read them :(

New Jersey

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Whimsical, fun, and perplexing

3

I chose this for a wedding shower gift since the couple had plenty of household goods. The ball is smaller than envisioned but true to description.

Stevensville, MD

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A gift that keeps giving all year

5

I bought this for my sister's birthday and it was the most envied gift at her party. Everyone loved the idea of making a weekly wish and putting it in the ball for a whole year.

Logan, UT

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Beautiful, thoughtful gift

5

Gave to my sister for her birthday. She loved it.

Wyoming

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