Category: New for 2014

New Carolers for 2013

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  1. Kindle with Candy Apple

    Sticky

    $25.00

    Kindle with Candy Apple / A Kindle's work is never done; especially in the kitchen where so many Christmas confections must be prepared. The ingredients are endless. Sugar, nonpareils, licorice, caramel and chocolate—it's a “sticky” job but someone has to do it! Learn More
  2. Mummy

    Mummy

    $70.00

    Retailers Only

    This little Mummy is all wrapped up in the Halloween spirit! Available for sale after June 1st Learn More
  3. Witch with Pumpkin

    Witch with Pumpkin

    $70.00

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    This Witch is ready for All Hallow's Eve: a jack-o-lantern and bag of treats for the kiddies! Available for sale after June 1st Learn More
  4. Witch with Candy Apples

    Witch with Candy Apples

    $70.00

    This Witch has a sweet tooth. Her candy apples are sure to be a treat at the Witch's Ball! Available for sale after June 1st Learn More
  5. Gumdrop Gables

    Gumdrop Gables

    $120.00

    Decorated Resin "Gingerbread" House -- Elaborate Victorian gingerbread houses, heavy with candies and sugar icicles, make their most impressive appearance at Christmastime. Available for sale after February 25th Learn More
  6. Glass Ornament Market Stall

    Glass Ornament Market Stall

    $80.00

    A wooden stall full of shiny glass Christmas ornaments is sure to tempt shoppers at market! Learn More
  7. Horse

    Horse

    $45.00

    Travel in the 1800s was very different than it is today. Without cars, people traveled by foot, horse or stagecoach. In 1861, Mark Twain describes the stagecoach in his book “Roughing It” as a cradle on wheels. In fact, because of its unique construction, the stagecoach rocked as it moved instead of bouncing on steel springs. However, many of Twain’s fellow travelers might have disagreed — poor weather, uneven roads, and the fear of bandits made stagecoach travel anything but comfortable! Available 8/10/14. Learn More
  8. Camel

    Camel

    $65.00

    Retailers Only

    Often depicted in the manger scene, the Camel joins the Nativity series in 2014. Available 9/10/14 Learn More
  9. Daffodil Fence

    Daffodil Fence

    $40.00

    Our Daffodil Fence is the perfect accessory for your Spring displays. Learn More
  10. Coach

    Coach

    $220.00

    Travel in the 1800s was very different than it is today. Without cars, people traveled by foot, horse or stagecoach. In 1861, Mark Twain describes the stagecoach in his book “Roughing It” as a cradle on wheels. In fact, because of its unique construction, the stagecoach rocked as it moved instead of bouncing on steel springs. However, many of Twain’s fellow travelers might have disagreed — poor weather, uneven roads, and the fear of bandits made stagecoach travel anything but comfortable! Learn More

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