Saturday, December 13, 2008

Cabinet of Curiosities - Christmas scene

Over at Walking the Berkshires, the prompt for the Cabinet of Curiosities is

This is the season when we dust off the household gods, deck the halls with items wonderous strange, and mabe repeat the stories behind the objects as they emerge from the tissue paper or wadded newsprint to find a place of honor on hearth or bow. Perhaps you will be inspired to share some of your treasured holiday curiosities, be they the one-legged jumping jack that your great grandfather made that hangs on your tree or the candy dish your ancestor swiped from the Waldorf Astoria that now holds the thin mints next to the holiday roast.

Posted by Picasa This plastic church and evergreen trees have been part of our holiday decor since I was a child. In the last couple of years, I have added the village scene with houses and carollers. They are not in proportion to the church so it stands out.

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