Difference between revisions of "Homewood historic Christmas ornaments"

From Bhamwiki
Jump to: navigation, search
m (Homewood City Hall disambiguation)
 
Line 3: Line 3:
 
In [[2009]] Stewart bought the remaining stock of unsold ornaments and added a seventh design to the series, depicting the [[spotted salamander]] native to [[Shades Creek]] that has become an unofficial city mascot.
 
In [[2009]] Stewart bought the remaining stock of unsold ornaments and added a seventh design to the series, depicting the [[spotted salamander]] native to [[Shades Creek]] that has become an unofficial city mascot.
  
* [[2003]]: [[Homewood City Hall]]
+
* [[2003]]: [[Homewood City Hall (1928)|Homewood City Hall]]
 
* [[2004]]: [[Hollywood Country Club]]
 
* [[2004]]: [[Hollywood Country Club]]
 
* [[2005]]: [[Homewood Christmas Star]]
 
* [[2005]]: [[Homewood Christmas Star]]

Latest revision as of 22:22, 8 December 2021

The Homewood historic Christmas ornaments are a series of commemorative Christmas tree ornaments created by artist Don Stewart. The first six ornaments in the series were marketed as a fund-raising for the Homewood Chamber of Commerce from 2003 to 2008. Those ornaments depicted historic Homewood buildings and scenes. The ornaments were produced in editions of 500 and sold for $10.

In 2009 Stewart bought the remaining stock of unsold ornaments and added a seventh design to the series, depicting the spotted salamander native to Shades Creek that has become an unofficial city mascot.

References

  • Bryan, Kim (December 24, 2008) "Homewood's commemorative ornaments now relegated to history." Birmingham News
  • Bryan, Kim (August 26, 2009) "New spotted salamander ornament debut in Homewood, Alabama." Birmingham news

External links