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littlediva12
« on: March 09, 2014 10:22:10 AM »

Craftsters, please help!!

My great-aunt, a talented crafter passed away last yr and bequeathed me with her entirely hand-crafted Christmas Village. I will post pics as soon as I can; it spans 2 ping-pong tables and depicts the North Pole at Christmas. It's comprised of ceramic houses, ceramic figurines, and an array of various reused/recycled items, all intricately detailed. It's one of her masterpieces and was once featured in The Baltimore Sun.
I would LOVE to find a permanent home for it--ideally, a museum (e.g. American Art, Folk Art, Craft Museum, Christmas Museum) or even a Children's Hospital, where many others could delight and take joy in her creation. It would have to be SAFELY housed year-round, unless on permanent display. If anyone knows of such a home I'd be so grateful for information. Thank you for helping me preserve my aunt's legacy!  Smiley
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