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06 December 2014

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These are remarkable. They look like they stepped right of of a Christmas card from Victorian England, in the best possible way. It is hard to tel how tall they are, though, from the photos.

Tu es superbe! Merci mille fois! I SO appreciate this beautiful blog on my Santas ! xoxo I enjoy your Blog more than you'll ever know.
My son teaches french--so he helped me with this :)

Absolutely beautiful! I'm going to go check out her website right now.

What beautiful works of art! This lady is amazing and so so talented! Thank You for sharing her story!

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