Two for Thursday

Yes, I just changed the name of it .. because I kind of forgot on Tuesday!  Sorry!

Here are two of my favorite finds of the week.

Karen Didion, who designs Santas in every imaginable theme, still enjoys crafting one-of-a-kind pieces when she has the opportunity.  We have received four of the one-only pieces which she has personally created this year.  This one features antique wool and faux fur for Santa, and a delightful collection of antique toys Karen acquired in her travels around the country.  I particularly love the antique tree with glass ornaments, to which she has added mini lights.  It’s just a stunning piece, and one that a Didion collector will treasure and hand down to future generations.  As you can see in the photo, it is already signed and dated by Karen, and it is also numbered as one of her original creations.

Karen Didion Santa Exclusive

Karen will be at Christmas Place on Saturday, November 12th, 2016, for a signing from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.  Even if you are unable to travel to the signing, you can purchase a piece now and we will hold it for signing and ship it to you afterwards.  [You can see Karen’s Santa collection here.]

And for fun, in our Toyland area, we have added the cutest collection of plush animals in Christmas scarves!  This brown bear with his oversize nose and corduroy paws has the sweetest expression!  I think he’s the kind of fellow you want to have around long before Christmas morning.

Plush Bear with Christmas scarf

I’ll show you the rest of this plush collection tomorrow – fun for a Friday, because FRIDAY, right?

~Janet @ The Incredible Christmas Place

P.S. Don’t forget – our incredible tent sale starts a week from tomorrow.  Friday, September 2nd through Sunday, September 18th.  If you don’t see the tent out in the courtyard, check around back – I’m not certain where it’s going to be, but I know it will be filled with goodies!

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