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  • Celebrity Disneyland ornaments to benefit Toys For Tots


    STAR-STUDDED DISNEYLAND HOLIDAY TREE AND ORNAMENTS TO BE AUCTIONED ON EBAY

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    Disneyland Tree to Benefit Toys for Tots


    Leonardo DiCaprio, Christina Aguilera, Susan Sarandon, Eva Longoria, Teri Hatcher, Kirk Douglas, Keith Urban and William Shatner are among the 41 celebrities who have contributed their imagination and creativity in personally decorating gold holiday ornaments that are shaped in the familiar three-circle design of Mickey Mouse. These one-of-a-kind celebrity designed ornaments adorn a 7-foot tall artificial tree that has been augmented by various commemorative Disneyland 50th Anniversary decorations for a total of 50 ornaments. The tree is topped with a miniature version of the special 50th Anniversary tree-topper that presently sits upon DisneylandTown Square.
    Bidding on the tree, with all of its special holiday ornaments, will begin at $1 to encourage as many bidders as possible for such a worthy cause. The auction can be found at www.ebay.com and closes at 4:00pm/PST (7:00pm/EST) on Thursday, December 8. The celebrity ornaments are currently on display through Sunday, December 4, on Main Street, U.S.A. at Disneyland.
    Each ornament has been personally decorated and signed by the respective celebrity and each unique ornament reflects their own distinct style and personality. Actor John Stamos utilized old Disneyland tickets to decorate his ornament while Christina Aguilera emblazoned her ornament with a big red lipstick smootch. The unique gold patina (not commercially available) on the ornaments was created exclusively for Disneyland
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    Re: Celebrity Disneyland ornaments to benefit Toys For Tots

    what idiots! they should have auctioned off the individual ornaments seperately. they would have made a lot more that way. There are some names there that I would have bid on for an ornament, but I'm not gonna bid on the whole damn tree. I bet the person who wins will turn around and resell them
    good idea though, glad to see so many people participated. Teri Hatchers ornament is the best, the rest are pretty boring. Donald Trumps is just his signature.
    Last edited by superphred; 12-02-2005, 03:08 PM.

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    • #3
      Re: Celebrity Disneyland ornaments to benefit Toys For Tots

      ummm, ok

      Some of them are nice- some....well, they suck. So maybe they knew they could not get a consistent high amount for them individually....

      dunno.....

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      • #4
        Re: Celebrity Disneyland ornaments to benefit Toys For Tots

        http://cgi.ebay.com/DISNEYLAND-Chris...QQcmdZViewItem

        here's the auction link. Its up to almost 3500 bucks.
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        • #5
          Re: Celebrity Disneyland ornaments to benefit Toys For Tots

          It will be interesting to see what the Auction ends at! Do want to see the Tree though on Main Street, will go check it out tomorrow.
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          it's what they are like in their HEART!


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          • #6
            Re: Celebrity Disneyland ornaments to benefit Toys For Tots

            The ornaments are really cool in person. I especially like Phyllis Diller's and William Shatner's.
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