Finding Nemo Snowglobe

Have you ever had the awe inspiring experience of giving or receiving a Finding Nemo snow globe? If not I recommend you cross that off your wish list while you still can. Why a snow globe you may ask? Well if not as a gift or special paperweight for your office you can also use it as a jumping off point for a fabulous new hobby that will last a lifetime.

The very first snow globes (or domes) appeared in the mid-1800s. These glass balls held "snow" consisting of porcelain and, bone fragments, metal flakes, ground rice or a mineral called meerschaum. Today, most are made of plastic inside and out. Early snow dome were filled with water. Eventually, the liquid was changed to a type of light oil, on too water with antifreeze whether it be glycerin or glycol. The glycerin and glycol also happen to slow the descent of the flakes. The Finding Nemo snow globe in particular is the perfect way to express your appreciation for the best-selling DVD of all time, with over 40 million copies sold as of 2006.


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Finding Nemo is a computer-animated film created by Andrew Stanton. It tells the story of the protective clownfish named Marlin who along with a regal tang named Dory, as they for Marlin's son Nemo. In the process he learns the value of taking risks and that his son is capable of taking care of himself. The heartwarming story won the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature. You can commemorate this special movie and reminisce on how it made you feel by adding one of the many Finding Nemo snowglobes to your home today.

 

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