Start a New Christmas Tradition

“Come they told me, Pa-rum-pum-pum-pum.
A newborn king to see, Pa-rum-pum-pum-pum.
Our finest gifts we bring, Pa-rum-pum-pum-pum.
To lay before the king, Pa-rum-pum-pum-pum,
rum-pum-pum-pum, rum-pum-pum-pum.”

This famous Christmas carol, written by native Missouri composer Katherine K. Davis, represents the spirit of offering at the time of Christmas. The little drummer boy has nothing to give but the gift of his music.

This same spirit of talent and giving is evident in the 2012 Christmas Basket collection, including the Host Large Drum Basket (available when hosting a show of at least $250), the Drum Basket, and, available next month, the Little Drum Basket.

All 3 basket sizes are available in Warm Brown with Bold Red or Bold Green accents or Whitewashed. All colors have silver glitter trim, silver cording and small pewter stars. The WoodCrafts Lid (available in Bold Red, Bold Green or Whitewashed) is available separately or can be purchased as a set with the basket, protector, and liner with a $13 savings this month.

 

The flax liner is available for all 3 drum sizes and has a beautifully embroidered picture of holly and drumsticks in the middle.

 

The 2012 Holiday tie-on is a pewter with enamel finish flowing holiday ribbon and holly leaves with translucent berries. Two real jingle bells hang from ribbon. A Bold Red satin ribbon is included for attaching to the basket. While this tie-on coordinates beautifully with the drum baskets, it can be used with any basket in your collection to give it some holiday spirit. It is available to purchase separately for $10.

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