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Welcome Here

To all who enter, welcome here

    “The title of this piece is from one of my favorite old Christmas Carols called “Welcome Here”. It’s a cheerful and inviting song. I wanted the wreath to be a beautiful and intricate cut-metal design that appears to come forward and be presented as a symbol of welcome, home and hospitality. The wreath is dominant, but it’s also lacy and airy — almost musical in the repetition of its pattern. I think the contrast of dark rust against her white dress makes an interesting relief. Welcoming friends and family into our homes at any time of year, and particularly the holidays, is a universal joy. Welcome Here celebrates this tradition."

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    Thinking of you

    Submitted by Christel van Vlimmeren in Netherlands, December 2013

    I got my first angel just over 4 years ago from friends who on their trip to states saw the angel Thinking of You several times in stores, and saw that as a sign to take it home with them for me. Our 21 year old daughter passed away that spring after fighting leukemia for 7 months. Since then about 15 Willow Tree angels found their way to our house Last year I got the nativity set with the stars. and for Christmas my sister sent me the angels to go with it. Angels mean a lot to me and make me smile.

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    Welcome Here

    Submitted by Chelsea in Kansas, August 2012

    I have the figure with the pineapple. I got it a few months ago when my cousin passed. It was hers, and my aunt knew I collected Willow Tree, so she wanted me to have it. My cousin loved to imagine going on tropical vacations. Sadly she never got to go on one. That piece sits behind the last picture I ever took with her. It's a simple way to keep her alive in my memories. Thanks Susan for all your meaningful pieces!

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    Welcome Here

    Submitted by Amelia in NL, July 2012

    My best friend gave me this piece when my fiancé and I moved into a new home. I was glad to know that she felt our home was welcoming to all!

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    Welcome Here

    Submitted by Rosalie in IL, May 2011

    I received "Welcome Here" for Mother's Day. It was presented to me by my youngest daughter and son-in-law. I found their reasoning for choosing this piece rather touching. They said you have always taught us to have an extra leaf for our table and an extra bed in our house because you never know who may visit. I guess I made an impression. To our family that is hospitality.

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    Welcome Here

    Submitted by Cynthia in Georgia, April 2011

    I so agree with Lucenda: I grew up as a Federal brat (similar to a Army Brat but civilian). We never stayed in the same place more than 2 years. So to me this piece represents my Grandmother who always had a place for me to come that I knew I was wanted.

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    Welcome Here

    Submitted by Lucinda in CO, January 2011

    I'm married to a retired military husband. We've lived overseas twice, and in seven different states. To our children who are now grown and on their own, coming home never meant to the same childhood address, but to wherever we lived that year. This Willow Tree symbolizes perfectly to me 'Welcome Here', you're home here. Being together means being home.

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    • Name: Welcome Here
    • Materials: resin, brass
    • Measurements: 9"h
    • Sentiment: To all who enter, welcome here
      "Dust with soft cloth or soft brush. Avoid water or cleaning solvents.",