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Sunday, November 25

Did you know . . .

I hope this posts finds all of you deeply and happily into your holiday preparations.  I love this time of year with all the scurrying about decorating, baking, shopping, etc.  And this year I've got so much more to explore in my new hometown.  Shortly I will have pics of lobster trap trees and other Christmassy sights from Maine to share with you. But I wanted to take a moment to remind you about a few holidays details now.

First of all, the 
will begin 
Dec 8th at 10am eastern.  
The shows runs for a mere 24 hours, so be sure to mark your calendars.  

I will begin posting sneak peeks of my preview bears 
each day from Wednesday, Nov 28th to Saturday Dec 1st.  
And I must say, this pair is among my favorites yet.  

The VOTING for Best in Show starts Saturday Dec 1st.  
I hope you  will all take a moment or two to check 
out all the lovely bears that are sure to be available.

Also, I want to remind you that I do offer 
on my website, starting at $5 ~ and 
that any of my items can be added to your Amazon Wish List!
Email me if you'd like instructions on how to do this.

So if you've got someone wondering what it is your really want for Christmas, send them on over to Cobblestone Creations.


  1. Oh these two are precious, they look so adorable all dressed for Christmas. I look forward to seeing some New England Christmas scenes.

    1. Thanks, Joanne. This Mr and Mrs Claus are now living with Ann in South Carolina. I do need to get to some New England Christmas mice. One of the more interesting things we've seen so far here in Maine is lobster trap trees. Really. Pics to come soon.

  2. I'm marking my calendar right now so I don't miss the show. It's always a joy to see the Christmas bears and mice from Cobblestone Creations and I can't wait to see what you have to share this holiday season.
    As much I love Christmas and everything related to it I have yet to see a lobster trap tree and am looking forward to those photos.
    Happy holidays Laura. Hugs

    1. Thanks, Maddy! :) I've just posted pics of the lobster trap tree ~ with more to come!


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