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    Aug022017

    Meet Twistmas Lights. Yes, Twistmas!

    WHAT IS A TWISTMAS LIGHT? A Twistmas Light allows anyone to take their favorite photos and make their own personalized holiday ornaments. You can decorate your tree with what matters most to you; special family photos, pets, photos of family history, favorite sports teams and more...the possibilities are endless. It's also the perfect personalized gift for friends and family members. A Twistmas Light can be purchased as an individual ornament or a package of six ornaments. Each Twistmas light plackage includes the proper number of photo discs, stickers to print your images, and helpful hints to create beautiful keep sakes. Twistmas Lights are designed to fit on to any mini-light. This light is gives a great glow to the photo in the Twistmas Light ornament. $24.99 for box of six (6) Twistmas Lights. Includes product, instructions, test paper, and label paper. 

    Giz Wiz Video: https://youtu.be/J0R_FXpUkB4

     

    Company website: http://www.twistmas.com/  

    See or hear this show: www.gizwiz.tv/episode/1634

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