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Sunday, December 7, 2008

Jellybean Row

Transform an entire room or change the character of a room in your home with Jellybean Row. Jellybean Row recently received the Best Booth Award at a large gift and craft fair.

Jellybean Row is a collector series of 12 Victorian-style house images, which hang on the wall. Each piece is interchangeable allowing you to mix and group them differently or add new pieces.

Jellybean Row designs are based on real Victorian heritage homes on some of the oldest streets in North America. They are printed on acid free paper using light fast inks, them laminated and plaque mounted, ready for easy hanging.

12 Jellybean Row house designs have been reissued for the holiday season. They've added snow, lights, decorations, and a subtle dusk light that brings out the warm glow of an old fashioned Christmas. This would make a great addition to all of your traditional Christmas decorations.

Collectors can purchase Jellybean Row by browsing www.jellybeanrow.com. There is also a one-minute video which demonstrates how the pieces work together.

Jellybean Row pieces are modeled after real houses in St. John's, Newfoundland, which has a 500-year seaport history and is host to some of the oldest streets in North America. However, many of the architectural details of Jellybean row can be observed in heritage homes in the northeast U.S., especially New England.

Transform a room in your home with some American history.