Skate into the season with this festive Lighted Ice Skate Décor that will bring back warm childhood memories. Our graceful Lighted Ice Skate Décor features lighted faux greenery, a bright bow and glimmering glitter "snow" for a sparkling winter effect.
Our Lighted Ice Skate Décor has a three-way switch: on, off and auto timer (6 hours on, 18 off). Use inside or in a covered outdoor area. Takes 3 AA batteries, not included. Imported.
• Lighted ice skate décor with faux greens and bow • Unique accent for indoors or in a covered outdoor area • Features lighted faux greenery and a festive bow • Glitter "snow" gives it a sparkling winter effect • On/off and auto timer (6 hours on, 18 off)
Size 13-1/2"W x 3-1/2"D x 16"H
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Comments about Product: I used this as part of my outside display against a red door with a spot light on the front of the house.Received so many delightful compliments that I purchased another skate for friends of mine. No disappointment in the high quality, economical price of this product!
Comments about Product: I hung this on my front door. It looks nice next to a vintage sled I have leaning on the house. Two years ago I bought the unlit version. This has a wonderful bonus with the lights. Glad it has batteries and does not need to be plugged in.
Comments about Product: I put red wrapping paper over my front glass door, hung up a fairly plain green wreath with pinecones, and added the skate ornament. It looks darling and shows up really well against a dark (red) background. I may leave up all winter...
Comments about Product: I bought this for my daughter (an ice skater) for the front door of her new home. She likes it so much, she hung it inside so she could see it! I bought another for the front door.
Comments about Product: ...bought two and tied them together w/twine...hung them on the edge of a bench w/a wreath at the other end...switched out the bows to match the plaid on the wreath...i'm pretty happy with the bench display...sweet when the lights come on, too...
Comments about Product: I was amazed by Plow & Hearth. I ordered a decoration for my front door that is an ice skate with timed lights in the greenery. The lights worked but the timer did not. I called to find out what I should do about returning the ice skate. I was told to keep it and they would send me another one. I could not believe it but they did send me a new one that works fine, it is on my front door and I love it. Thanks Plow & Hearth.
Comments about Product: I am a mother of a boy figure skater. I recieved a balck one last year as a gift and I love it! Now I want to order a black skate for a gift for one of my son's coaches, but no black this year, why??
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