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Dec. 19, 2014 11:46 am

Workshop School students are selling these ‘jawn’ ornaments

Get 'em while they're hot.

The "jawnament."

(Photo courtesy of The Workshop School)

Guaranteed to look good on your tree: these laser-cut Christmas ornaments that read “jawn.”

The students at West Philly’s project-based Workshop School made them and have already sold 100 at $3 a pop, the Philadelphia Inquirer reported. The students split the profits between themselves and a school fund.

Find details on how to order the “jawnaments” here.

Organizations: The Workshop School
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