Colonial Williamsburg Decorates for Christmas: Step-by-step Illustrated Instructions for Christmas Decorations that You Can Make for Your Home

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Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, 1981 - House & Home - 80 pages
Colonial Williamsburg is famous for the wreaths and other exterior and interior decorations that adorn its houses, shops, and exhibition buildings at Yuletide. This how-to book contains directions for making forty-two beautiful decorations including an apple cone and an herb wreath. Step-by-step drawings and thirty-five color photographs show how to create each decoration at home.

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This was part of an estate lot and not something I would purchase on my own. Mostly, I admit, because most of these instructions are probably available on the internet now, but in 1981, when the book ... Read full review

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colonial williamsburg is beautiful .Great decorations for the holidays.


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The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, a nonprofit educational organization, directs the ongoing restoration of Virginia's colonial capital so that " the future may learn from the past."
John R. Gonzales recently served as executive chef of the four operating taverns at Colonial Williamsburg, and is currently a consultant for the Virginia Food Service Group in Richmond. He lives in Williamsburg.
Food writer and editor Charles Pierce was trained at the famed La Varenne cooking school in Paris. He is the author of several cookbooks, including Southern Light Cooking and Beach House Cooking, as well as project editor of The Revised Settlement Cookbook. Charles has contributed to "Food & Wine, House Beautiful, Fine Cooking, Country Home," and "Glamour," among many magazines. He lives in New York City and Sag Harbor, New York.

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