He that gives should never remember; he that receives should never forget.
Dr. Seuss' story "How The Grinch Stole Christmas!" is cleverly retold with handcrafted designs created in Jim Shore's unique folk art style. Peaking through a wreath, this ornament suits the Christmas curmudgeon perfectly. Peering over your family's collection of presents, the Grinch plots his next escapade. Perhaps watching your family's love unfold will be enough to warm his heart. About Us: Enesco is committed to BRING JOY EVERY DAY. The premier global destination for high-quality giftware, and home decor, our prestigious family of brands includes: Department 56 Village, Gregg Gift, Foundations, Jim Shore Heartwood Creek, Disney Traditions by Jim Shore, Disney Showcase Collection, Disney by Britto, Designs by Lolita, Our Name Is Mud, and many more.
Lijo Decor offers free ground shipping on all orders to anywhere in the contiguous United States. Most orders will ship 4-10 business days after your order is placed. You will receive a shipping confirmation email with tracking information upon shipment of your order.
Expedited delivery options only affect the shipping service used, standard handling times will still apply. To expedite the handling time for your order, please contact customer service at 866-611-4438.
Lijo Decor does not take responsibility for any customs, taxes, duties or fees that may be charged when importing merchandise from the US.
Thank you for choosing Lijo Decor.
We want you to love your purchase, but if you are not completely satisfied, we will gladly accept returns of unused items within 30 days of delivery.
Please make sure to package the items well so that they are not damaged in transit.
Please ship returns to:
Lijo Decor Returns
Order # _______________
1985 Swarthmore Ave. Suite 5
Lakewood, NJ 08701
Unfortunately, we cannot accept returns on custom orders or engraved items.
If you have any further questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us directly for assistance.
Feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a gift and not giving it.