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Linen napkin tied with fir sprig and spring on set table

Linen napkin tied with fir sprig and spring on set table

Image ID: 12478883
License type: Rights Managed
Photographer: © living4media / Möller, Cecilia Portrait
Rights: This image is available for exclusive uses upon request
Restrictions: not available in DK,FI,NO,SE
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Print size: approx. 13.33 × 20 inch at 300 dpi
ideal for prints up to Ledger (11” × 17”)

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Green & Grey Greetings

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With creativit and shades of grey Karin and Kristoffer made their dream home: SE

When Christmas Eve arrives the family gathers at Karin’s home eagerly awaiting Santa Claus. For the most part, Karin and Kristoffer have kept their family holiday traditions alive, with one exception. The one change they have changed from their childhood traditions is they no longer decorate for Christmas with the color red.
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