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  • Inger Harding

    Vintage christmas - Norman Rockwell

  • Theresa Barber

    darling idea to replicate for our first christmas card

  • Monica Newman

    Norman Rockwell Christmas Tree

  • ~ Nancy ~

    Family Christmas art, by norman rockwell

  • Becky Erickson

    Norman Rockwell Christmas Oh my gosh Dad would not do this, but the bare tree is exactly what mom and the kids had to fix, add branches, secure with Duct Tape, and hide with angel hair. How I miss those ugly trees and the Christmas Eve Buffet when Dad would get all teary over the surprise gift that he really wanted but didn't ask for.

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