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Fabulous window display cont.....


As promised here are the photos that we took of the window display in a "Blanchisserie" in Bergerac, behind the cathedral. A blanchisserie is a place where you take your washing and they wash and iron it for you.


The first photo is a photo of the whole window...there are even cupcakes that move up and down.


Love the attention to detail and imagine that this took a lot of time to set up.




So many gorgeous characters, all of which make Christmas complete.




Unfortunately Barbie is headless in this shot, but you can catch a glimpse in the earlier photo.




This one is my favourite and I think that when the doors close, they all come alive - think of the mischief that they must get up to.....




And with less than a week to go, I think that these three gentlemen who are in the window of the neighbouring hairdresser, are busy preparing....


Je vous souhaite une semaine fabuleuse...........Leeann x

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  1. Leeann-
    Thank you for sharing these gorgeous windows.
    Have a very Merry Christmas week.
    Teresa
    xoxo

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  2. These are magnifique! I love the Father Christmas in the first photo - what a kind face!
    http://missbbobochic.blogspot.com/

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  3. I agree what a face on that Santa!!!!

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  4. What a truly magnificent display. I love window displays at Christmastime! The colors! The joy! The make me feel like a little girl again

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  5. Love it! Particularly the one with dougnhuts and cupcakes in it! Delicious AND festive

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  6. Divine as always!
    My dear...
    wish you and all your family a Merry Christmas and an Happy New Year!
    Bisous, Babi

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  7. There is nothing like sparkling lights that says Merry Christmas!!!

    That first Christmas included....
    the star shining brightly.

    Merry Christmas to you!
    ~ Violet

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  8. These images are so charming. Thanks for sharing and I hope you have a wonderful holiday!

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