Hallmark will have two The Force Awakens tree ornaments this winter

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The 2015 Hallmark Dream Book is out, and it contains some – but not all – of the Star Wars ornaments we saw at SDCC. Curiously, there are two The Force Awakens ornaments that are yet to be revealed. Odds are probably good that one is a BB-8, but the other?

UPDATE: Jedi News found out that the Admiral Ackbar we saw at SDCC will be a limited release for Hallmark’s Ornament Premiere on July 11. It will only be available in stores.

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Christmas in July: 2014’s Hallmark Star Wars ornaments in stores now

Hallmark 2014: SandcrawlerOkay, all (well, most of) the new Hallmark Keepsake Christmas ornaments, not just the Star Wars ones are available for purchase today, but whatever. Quibbles. Brave the rush to pick up the ‘The Rise of Lord Vader’ (FrankenVader from the end of Revenge of the Sith,) a scout trooper, the cantina band and/or a LEGO Boba Fett.

A Santa Yoda Peekbuster won’t be available until October, because Hallmark, just like Santa Maul, wants you to hone your rage. (Where is my Santa Maul ornament, Hallmark? Even the LEGO version would be acceptable.)

We first saw the 2014 ornaments nearly a year ago, at SDCC, which means our first look at the next crop is right around the corner.

Star Wars ornaments: Hallmark’s 2014 Dream Book is live

dreambook14-cropWe already knew what this year’s Star Wars Hallmark Keepsake Ornaments would be, but the official Dream Book is online now. (Star Wars is on page 77.) The standard ornaments are The Rise of Lord Vader, Scout Trooper, the Sandcrawler, LEGO Boba Fett and the Cantina Band. There’s also a motion-detecting Santa Yoda peekbuster, and a Wampa figure that will only be available at San Diego Comic Con.

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