My wife bought the Way of Peace doorway for me for Christmas.
“for you will go before the lord to prepare his ways … to give light to those who sit in darkness and in the shadow of death, to guide our feet into the way of peace.” — Luke 1: 76-79
Set deep into the buttressed wall of the South Apse of the Washington National Cathedral is The Way Of Peace, the first doorway to be used by a congregation, and the first to be built into the new Church.
This rock archway was a Christmas gift from my wife. She bought it from one of those temporary Christmas stores that pop-up in the malls during the holidays. It was made by Roman, Inc. and dated 1997. I’m guessing it was designed to be use as an additional piece in nativity scenes.
I have no idea where I got these but they’re obviously from some kind of build your own dungeon set for a RPG.
I bought this Christmas gate from EvilMart a few years ago. This was before my wife banned the store from our lives. It has no markings on it other than a Made in China sticker on the bottom. The package logo said Holiday Time and was from the 2004 Village Collectibles and called a Polyresin Christmas Gate.
I bought these two Enchanted Fairy Doors in 2007. They are dated 2006 and are made by Don Mechanic Enterprises. The dimensions are 10″H x 5.5″L x 2.5″W.
Fairies have always been around us. Recently they have ventured out of the forest looking for new places to live. By placing an Enchanted Fairy Door in your home or garden you will invite the magical creatures into your home where they are sure to bring good luck!
This was a 2007 Christmas gift from my mother and sister. It’s called “Upstairs – Downstairs” (Item #R1111014). It was made in 1999 by Rawcliffe Pewter and was designed by Missy Leigh.