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    Christmas movie quotes

  12. Santa Peter

    Christmas movie quotes

    Santa Clause CD = Coco and cookie dispenser
  13. SCSanta

    Christmas movie quotes

    Sounds like the Man Who Invented Christmas (perhaps) I've only seen it once.
  14. SCSanta

    Christmas movie quotes

    I always thought that was Tim Curry...
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    Looking GREAT Santa!
  16. Nick Hudson

    First Santa Visit

    This is a visit with Children that have cancer
  17. Drosselmeyer

    Christmas movie quotes

    try again . . . . "Only a story my Gran used to tell us Sir, back home in Ireland. She used to say that on Christmas Eve the fields between this world and the next thin out,and that's when the spirits cross over and walk among us."
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    ☂️Elves in an Umbrella - this is total Christmas kitsch. Many years ago, I don't even know when (I would guess the 60s) my Grandmother bought one of these for each of her daughters at the farmers market. It is a little tinsel wire umbrella that hangs from the ceiling. In the basket sit 3 elves holding a light bulb. I do not remember a Christmas in my childhood where this was not hanging over both my Moms and MomMom's kitchen sink. It is totally tacky and obnoxious, but it holds a deep memory in every family Christmas of years past. When my parents re-did their kitchen there was no longer a place to hang it and it was passed down to me. This gift actually brought tears to my eyes. Not sure my lovely wife particularly likes this piece, but she understands what it means to me and it hangs over our kitchen sink every year!
  21. Drosselmeyer

    Christmas movie quotes

    I agree - not a Carey fan - however, it IS from the Grinch !!!
  22. JollyFatMan

    Magic Key tags

    Version 1.0.0

    4 downloads

    Scaled to print on 4x6 photo paper or cardstock. I punch a hole in the tab, run a ribbon through it, and tie on a scrapbooking/jewelry key before giving it out to family or friends!
  23. What a trooper...kept character. The show must go on!!!
  24. SCSanta

    Christmas movie quotes

    Sorry...I was on the road. Came home for a potty break before going back out again. This is from a movie I have never seen (and won't) because I am not a Jim Carrey fan...but it seems like a quote the Grinch would make when he is contemplating stealing Christmas.
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