As you walk deeper into the ever-darkening forest, you begin to think about turning back.
But you don’t.
You keep following the path through the thick evergreens that reach to touch the vast sky …
And then, you see the valley … The Valley of the Nook. As you walk down the path into the valley you discover this is where a special kind of magic makes the birds sing more sweetly, the sky turn a brilliant blue, and sparking shooting stars light up the world. You keep walking and you come across a sign …
“Welcome to the Nook of Cubbyhollows!” And in the Nook, you see the Houses of the Nook … small, too small for a mere mortals. With steep roofs, windows shaped like stars, and shingles covered in sparkly sugar. Then you see it … The Enchanted SugarPlum Treehouse.
“Who’s down there?” a raspy, crabby voice blurts out at you. Then another voice, a sweet yet strong voice says, “Be nice! They mean no harm! They want to see the magic …
” The Magic. This is the magic of the Enchanted SugarPlum Treehouse, where deep in the Nook of Cubbyhollows, three gnomes, Mossybuttons who is always crabby, Hobbyhiggle who is sweeter every day, and Olliewig the wisest of them all work in a purple and green treehouse, with magic from top to bottom, and butterflies swirling around it as unique Nook animals dance below it …
Their work is truly special. For every day, all day, all year-round, the three gnomes work together, using their own special magical gifts to make even more magical ornaments that make holidays special for those who believes in magic. Do you believe in the magic of The Nook? If you do, welcome to the Nook of Cubbyhollows.
“YOU CAN’T USE UP CREATIVITY. THE MORE YOU USE, THE MORE YOU HAVE.”
~ Maya Angelou ~
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