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Colonial Williamsburg Christmas Decorations 2009

Below The Costume Gallery Websites present Christmas decorations from Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia, USA. The decorations are all natural made of and would have been grown or available in Colonial Virginia. For more information and directions to make the wreaths go to the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation's website.

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Photo 41: House Decoration


Colonial cottage door decorated with a ten-point star. The star is created with dried cranberries and white bachelor's buttons that are outlined with cinnamon sticks. The center of the star is a circle of moss and a sweet gum-ball. The outer circle is outlined with gum-balls and the outer edge has dried wheat. The area between the gum-ball circle and star is filled with moss. The previous and next photos feature this cottage.


NOTE: Disclaimer: This photo is being presented as an educational resource of home deco during this specific era. The Costume Gallery, or its owner, Penny E. Dunlap Ladnier, does NOT sell or make home decor.

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