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Holly Hobbie

Holly Hobbie ThermosHolly Hobbie Thermos
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Holly Hobbie and Robby Thermos
1978 Aladdin

Condition: Good
Some Paint Missing
Holly Hobbie Thermos
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1978 Holly Hobbie Stoneware Mug
"Don't hurry through life - take time to enjoy it!"

Condition: Excellent
Holly Hobbie Stoneware Mug

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1990 Holly Hobbie Stoneware Mug
"Special moments make happy memories."

Condition: Excellent
Holly Hobbie China Cup

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1974 Holly Hobbie Porcelain Mug

Condition: Excellent
Holly Hobbie Glass
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6"H Holly Hobbie Coca-Cola Glass
"Christmas is a gift of joy"

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Holly Hobbie Glass
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6"H Holly Hobbie Coca-Cola Glass
"Christmas is love with all the trimmings"

Condition: Excellent
Holly Hobbie Glass

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10 1/4"D Holly Hobbie 1975 Mother's Day Plate
1975 WWA

Condition: Excellent
Holly Hobbie Glass
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6"H Holly Hobbie Coca-Cola Glass
"Christmas is the nicest time of all"

Condition: Excellent
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6"H Holly Hobbie 1978 Coca-Cola Glass
"Dreams Can Come True at Christmas Time"

Condition: Excellent
Holly Hobbie (born Denise Holly Ulinskas, 1944) is an American writer, watercolorist and illustrator. It is also the name of a fictional character that she created. In the late 1960s, at the encouragement of her brother-in-law, Hobbie sold distinctive artwork of a cat-loving, rag dress-wearing little girl in a giant bonnet to American Greetings in Cleveland, Ohio. The artwork, based on Hobbie's own children and with rustic New England style of a bygone era, became popular, and her originally nameless character (identified earlier as "blue girl") became known as Holly Hobbie. As a contract artist, Hobbie worked with the Humorous Planning department at American Greetings under art director Rex Connors, who was responsible for launching "blue girl" as the most identifiable of the Hobbie characters.
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