Tennessee Vols beat Bama Christmas Ornament

Tennessee Vols beat Bama Christmas Ornament


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Tennessee vs Bama watercolor wood sliced ornament
also available on an aluminum disk.

As a child, I remember the Saturday in ‘82 that we beat Bama. Pure joy. As a student at UT, I remember cheering the Vols on in Tuscaloosa after a long Bama winning streak was broken 41- 14 October 14, 1995.
It’s been 15 years since the Vols beat Alabama, and I painted this while we sealed it on this night of October 15, 2022. This includes the field beginning to be swarmed with the final score displayed.
Joyful times shared with others are markers in our lives, and this is one to celebrate!

This is a great gift for your favorite Volunteer fan who needs a good reminder from the 2022 football season!

choose between the wood slice ornament with a fine art print on velvet elegance paper sealed the wood OR the aluminum disk printed with sublimation.


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this was such a great gift!

Very nice ornament to celebrate the Vols win. This is a gift for my son, who is a huge Vols fan. The ornament came packaged well and arrived quickly.

Such a cool little piece of history for my Christmas Tree this year.