Someone Turned David Rose's Sweaters Into Mini Christmas Ornaments, and I Need 'Em All
On a snowy winter day in Schitt's Creek, I imagine Rose Apothecary would decorate for the holidays with fresh pine-scented candles, tastefully arranged string lights, and a little white Christmas tree covered in these David Rose sweater ornaments. As a tribute to David's "funky" black-and-white wardrobe, Etsy user Julia Eigenbrodt (aka StarsandSunshine) created 12 miniature versions of the eldest Rose sibling's best designer pullovers, and my Christmas tree is about to look très chic.
Each of the stylish baubles is made with a laser cutter that perfectly etches David's favorite designs into a small plastic ornament. With the same level of extravagance as an item you might find at Rose Apothecary, the ornaments are also tied with a white satin ribbon and individually packaged in gift boxes. As an added bonus that would make David and Patrick proud, 40 percent of proceeds through the end of October go to The Trevor Project, a nonprofit organization focused on suicide prevention efforts in the LGBTQ+ community.
Keep reading to take a closer look at the mini versions of David's mesmerizing geometric sweaters ahead of the holidays.