December 2015

FLYING WITH SNOW GLOBES, A REMINDER


While we are happy to make custom snow globes all year round, and repair them whenever someone needs a globe fixed, December remains a peak time for folks to give and get snow globes.

If you plan to carry a snow globe with you on an airplane trip, please remember: while TSA has "relaxed" snow globe guidelines, they are still very strict about what can and can NOT go in your carry on luggage.
Posted by Snow Globe Central on December 11, 2015
 
 

Customer Feedback

Ruthann's Story

Last Christmas I pulled out a globe I had had for at least 20 years. I found out that it had gotten broken somehow and was just going to toss it. My 27 year old about went nuts! Turns out the globe is his first Christmas memory and he has been trying to figure out how to get it from me for his own home. Well I put it away thinking someday I would get it fixed for him. I checked in prices a while ago, and they were so far beyond what I could or would pay, like 20 times the price of the globe originally. And no guarantee it would even be ready before Christmas. Than I found SGC...prices were so reasonable and repair and shipping super quick! You would never know it had even been hurt. The best part of all is I told my son that UPS had lost the globe in transit and I hadn\'t put any insurance on it...he is so bummed and mad at UPS!!! Lol. Can\'t wait to bring it out as his last gift!!! Thank you so much SGC!!!

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