The traditional Christmas came about with Charles Dickens; an old-fashioned Christmas is just as much alive as Tiny Tim and the patient Bob Cratchit, as Scrooge's cheery nephew and poor old Scrooge himself. The Christmas punch-bowl smells and tastes every bit as good as it did when Mr. Pickwick brewed it; if your heart is in the right place, the Christmas bells ring out just as merrily as they did for young Queen Victorian and her children.
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Nothing evokes Christmas cheer like the annual unveiling of holiday window displays. Don't forget to take the time to stroll down Main Street to see the Christmas decorations. At home create the magic of an old fashioned Victorian Christmas tree. It is easy to create your own ornaments or a wonderful Victorian Santa Claus. A traditional Christmas dinner menu and recipes all always appreciated and evoke the charm of yesteryear – featuring a Victorian Christmas menu, Christmas party recipes, old-fashioned eggnog, table decorations, plus kids' party fun.. Find suggestions for
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