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Christmas stock....

{image from here}



I simply could not resist posting a photo, aren't they cute? I adore them but I am one of those people that cannot get enough of Christmas. It is my favourite time of the year and I love having a cold Christmas after having many hot ones downunder.

These fabulous decorations are now available in the Fabulously French online shop along with many other decorations for Noel.


A bientot,

L x

Comments

  1. Oh Sweetie!
    Happy Tuesday!
    Thanks for sharing this morning. I love Christmas too, so I am always happy to see new ornaments. Have a wonderful blessed day.
    Country hugs, Sherry

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  2. I agree...i`ts also my favourite time of year!!

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  3. My favorite time of year as well. Actually I think the time leading up to its is better than the actual day. Bad me - I already put my wreath on the front door, I just couldn;t wait!

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  4. love it too,
    great gold check ball ornaments!
    Karen

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  5. Very cute decs.... Agree totally about 'hot' Christmasses (if thats how you spell it!) had my first Christmas in Oz last year - felt TOTALLY not right - Christmas should be cold but am going back to Melbourne for another 'hot' Christmas this year! ........ xx

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  6. I am a huge fan of Christmas too...and cannot ever see enough decorations, xv.

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  7. i'm absolutely with you here, ff! this picture is gorgeous. x

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  8. Oh I am so jealous of your cold Christmas. I can't get enough of Christmas either. I won't tell you our tree is up already..... only 6 weeks to go. A-M xx

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  9. Oh, so cute!! I want them. Yes, I am hoping for a cooler Christmas this year. Here in Texas in tends to be a bit warm.
    xxx kim

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  10. And I shall invite you down for Xmas drinkies and to admire the handmade Christmas decorations I have been collecting from around the world for more than 15 years. Even I lavish decorations on the world for Xmas. Splendid photo! Can't wait to see your shop you busy elf!! Love

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  11. Hi Leeann,

    I love Christmas too, but I often think how much nicer it must be to have snow and the cold weather over there.
    I love the decorations.

    Hugs
    Carolyn

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  12. Such lovely decorations for "the most wonderful time of the year." I love it sooo much. Hugs, Cindy S.

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  13. I love Christmas too - Somehow it's still nice down under to get that Winter feel with the tree and candles. I will be going to town at our house very soon, but not too soon.
    Have a lovely week.
    Suzi

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  14. I know how you feel. I have been really wishing I could start getting my Christmas out already. Alas I will wait till the last week of November. I always have a large Christmas open house to kick off the season on the first Tuesday of December. There are always around 75 or so people that come and then it is a whirlwind of parties in my home and others all the way till Christmas. I love it!

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  15. I love those darling wee santas, especially the one in the aeroplane. Great to read the comments and realise there are others as mad about Christmas as I am. Lovely to get your comment on my post.

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  16. LOVE LOVE LOVE Christmas! :) So glad I stumbled across your blog. I adore it!

    By the way, there is a London expat getting ready to throw a virtual English Christmas Tea Party. I'm most certain you would love it. You can visit here to read about it and sign up to attend:

    http://goodteatoo.blogspot.com/2009/11/official-invitation-your-chance-to-rsvp.html

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  17. France may be cooler for you, Leeann, but we've got cold Christmas here in Canada! Love those Santa ornaments!

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