15"W - 17"H - 4"D
PEBBLES THE STONEMAN
This ( 15"W - 17"H - 4"D ) rock is mounted on a large brown snowflake to celibrate a
southern Christmas. The pebbles and stones were used to create ornaments in the yards
of the cavemen, which they called "Pebbles The Stoneman" They added branches for arms,
a hat and scarf plus some pebbles for buttons. The idea caught on and the northern cavemen,
made their own version calling it "Frosty The Snowman" as no pebbles or stones could be found. A
few pinecones and red puff balls were added to help winterize the scene.
The signs read:
Southern cavemen, never had any frost or snow.
They piled pebbles and stones, three high, to create
a yard ornament called, "Pebbles The Stoneman".
and celebrated Christmas, with large brown flakes.
The idea was carried over to the Northern cavemen,
where snow covered all the pebbles and stones.
They used snow, in place of pebbles and stones,
building ornaments called "Frosty The Snowman".
This started a famous Christmas jingle about their
Snowman, which today is, "Frosty The Snowman".