LENOX Holiday Greeting Cards Boxed Set & In pursuits of Christmas Dishes!
Seeing the LENOX Holiday Greeting Cards Boxed Set available at Replacements has me thinking of ordering it even if a week from today is Christmas Eve! I’m finding myself these days in pursuit of Christmas Dishes. It is a really long story and for now, let’s say I now have THREE sets of patterns to keep up with for Christmas dishes.
Let’s begin with the LENOX Holiday Greeting Cards Boxed Set. It is for $19.99 over at Replacements website with showing four in stock. The boxed set Web ID is 118157721.
Why the interest in Lenox Holiday Greeting Cards Box Set?
It is all because of looking to see if the Everyday Lenox Winter Greetings, (think Red Ribbons & Holly, Birds) has any kind of stationery. Of course, it is a discontinued pattern, “Status: Discontinued. Actual: 1999 – 2011″, I have been collecting it for the past two years.
At this point you may be wondering, what about the other two Holiday patterns? There is the Christmas Tree Green Trim by Spode (and a whole future diatribe on when purchasing to look for the “England” stamp on the back), I began collecting it less than five years ago.
In a future post, I’ll be including today’s acquisition from finding it locally in a vintage resell shoppe, I’m needing to unbox and figure out how I’m mixing and matching it with my other two patterns.
In the midst of it being so busy, if you are saying to yourself, “next year I’m going to start decorating the week of Thanksgiving”, go ahead and send a email to yourself now through the free FutureMe.org service.
P.S. So I’m seeing the (yikes!) $8.99 estimated shipping for the one box of stationery. Of course, this helps JUSTIFY if wanting to add a little something else while on the website looking, (I know fellow Holiday Dinnerware and China (Lenox, Spode, et al. enthusiasts understand…). And there is a banner flashing about limited time free U.S. standard shipping on orders of $69+ with code 69SHP.
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