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Christmas Window


I just had to share this fabulous "Vitrine" with you. I adore it and love how simple and yet effective this display is.

So magical, a winter wonderland........



I managed to get some Christmas shopping done but still have a few things to buy weather permitting as it is very cold here and the roads could be icy in the morning.


Bonne nuit from a very chilly SW France,

Leeann x

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  1. Dear Leeann,
    Such a beautiful window....they have great taste in that shop.
    It has started to snow here although a little slushy. We are expecting lots of snow on Saturday.....although you are further south it sounds as if it is very cold there so maybe you will have the snow too. Keep warm. XXXX

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  2. Really pretty window - just
    shows it's not always a question of budget!
    Sharon

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  3. The owl and deer are so cute! It's snowing here and perfect for sledding. Nothing like snow to get everyone in the Christmas spirit.

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  4. Beautiful windows, makes me miss
    France... Cold here too in SW Florida, no snow or ice though!

    Happy Holiday to you and your
    family

    Jane
    Flora Doora

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  5. If these beautiful windows don't thrust you into the spirit, nothing will.
    Have a wonderful, festive weekend, Leeann.

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  6. Que bonito post, me he paseado por tu bloc y me ha encantado.
    Te animo a hacer una ojeada en el post de esta semana y seguro que veras algunas ideas realmente interesantes.Deseo que te guste y si es así me alegraria que te hicieras seguidora. gracias por visitarme.
    Elracodeldetall.blogspot.com

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