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Thank you, Beekay. I'll look forward to seeing that beautiful nutcracker ornament. I tried to get another wooden one - the sort that move their arms & legs when you pull the string - but I'm told they can no longer import them, no idea why.
I love these ornaments. I have a painted glass nutcracker soldier that's quite special.I'll try to get a photo of it for you.May the New Year bring you much happiness Nicky☺
Hello Kossamu - We pack Christmas things away on 12th Night which is 6th Jan. It's also Epiphany (which is when the wise men or three kings were meant to arrive at the nativity to see the baby Jesus). I wish Christmas would last all of December (to prepare), then all of January (because it's such a cold & dreary month)! Happy New Year to You & Yours. xxhighlandmo1 - Yes, it's lovely to read of how others celebrate. Thank you for your visit & Happy New Year to You.Thanks, Pumpkin - Wishing you also all the best in 2019. x
This is a treasure, Nicky. Santa looks aged and fragile. Wishing you the best in 2019!
Interesting to read how other people from all over the world celebrate events
Nicco your Santa’s are beautiful and they have that vintage look to them. Our home has Santa’s everywhere and in all sizes and made out of all kind of materials and I have a few vintage ones from my grandmother..Are you in the process of packing them up and store them? Us swedes wait for the thirteenth of Jan. as each day is someone’s name day on the Calendar and on this day it is Knut that rimes with Slut meaning The end..Happy New Year..❤️❤️