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Gaudy Christmas Tree Onesie 12M black
Gaudy Christmas Tree Onesie 12M black

#132: Gaudy Christmas Tree Onesie black 12M

$23.99

What better way to celebrate the holidays than this authentic Tales Guady Christmas Tree design on your clothing? It's an original piece of art that looks great during the holiday season but is actually wonderful all year-round. Gaudy? Sure! But unlike anything else in your closet? Yes!

From birth to 24 months, this Rabbit Skins Infant Baby Rib Bodysuit is the epitome of pure comfort for your little fashion model. It's made with combed ringspun cotton and polyester and is made with strong bindings on the neck, shoulders, sleeve, and leg openings. With flatlock stitched seams and fabric that is always soft to the touch no matter how many times it's worn, this bodysuit is going to make your baby look even cuter than ever.

  • Young babies of all shapes and sizes will fit like a glove in this fullbody suit
  • Combed ringspun cotton and polyester make this bodysuit as soft as a pillow
  • Flatlock stitched seams mean that your baby will be wearing this outfit often until they grow out of it
  • Your child has enough to fuss about but itchy tags won’t be one of them with an EasyTear label
  • Ho, ho, ho! Christmas isn’t complete without a gaudy Christmas tree, huh? This one-of-a-kind Taleas illustration will make a wonderful addition to your holly, jolly holiday wardrobe.

Please allow 7 - 9 business days for shipment.

Based on Comic #132: Gaudy Christmas Tree.
Two evergreen trees are standing in a snowy field. One is over decorated with Christmas ornaments, multi-colored lights, angels, fluff, ribbon, and tinsel. The tree demands, frustrated, "Don't say a word..." to which the other tree, obviously amused, giggles, "heh".

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The Story Behind #132: Gaudy Christmas Tree

Christmas trees are definitely a major part of the Christmas Holiday for many. Families look forward to the age-old ceremony of finding the right tree at the lot, bringing it home, busting out buckets of trinkets, ornaments, and Christmas decorations. It is a wonderful way to spend time with those closest to you. It’s heart-warming, it’s peaceful, it’s really quite beautiful.

And it is kind of odd too, isn’t it? The whole idea of taking a tree from the outside and bringing it in while decorating it with a bunch of bright, flashy items is just a bit weird. Not bad, just weird. Why do we do this? What does this have to do with Christmas? Whose crazy idea was this? The concept of evergreen trees and plants being special is an old, old belief. People have held a special place in their hearts for the spirit, longevity and idea behind durable plants for ages. Some countries believed that evergreens would ward off evil spirits and ghosts. Even witches were thought to be harmed by the presence of a healthy green plant. Now you see why your parents always told you to eat your greens!

But it was really the Germans who started the current Christmas tree tradition we know today. It apparently started around the 16th century, when some Christians would decorate their houses with trees and Christmas pyramids. Where did they get the idea? Some think that Martin Luther started the trend when he tried to replicate the beauty of the wintery outside world inside his home.

Americans didn’t get on board with this craze for a long time. In fact, most Americans still found the idea to be a bit kooky until the 19th century. Unsurprisingly, many religious folks in America at the time thought Christmas was sacred and that the idea of a tree in a house was no way to celebrate such a special occasion. But eventually people warmed to the idea brought by German immigrants and, well, the rest is history. Now the Christmas tree industry is booming and makes millions annually.

Did Martin Luther envision trees decorated with Spider-Man, Minions and sports team logos when he started his Christmas tree tradition? Unlikely! But like the idea of Christmas itself, decorating trees has become much, much bigger than it once was.


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⏱ How long will it take to ship my shiny new gaudy christmas tree onesie?

It usually takes about 7 - 9 business days to make, pack and ship onesies. If anything comes up I'll email you and let you know.

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The gaudy christmas tree onesie ships from Austin, TX.

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