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Instead of a ‘Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairies,’ there will be a ‘Dance of the Frozen Daiquiris.’ Instead of wind-up dolls, there may be bottles of champagne that pop and a dancing nutcracker who does a striptease.
From the lifesize nutcrackers, candy canes, Santa and an amazing nativity scene, this house is a perfect backdrop for holiday photos.
And the really neat thing about is that my younger daughter has the same love of the nutcracker ballet and my collection.
If all of the lights aren’t enough for you, Leavenworth is also the home of the Nutcracker Museum, which has more than 5,000 nutcrackers.
Sparkly nutcrackers from Clafoutis and gingerbread houses from the New York City Ballet placed around the base are whimsical and our girls love them.
There was a tall nutcracker leaning against a telephone poll, a couple of smiling polar bears, and a Mickey Mouse dressed in red and wrapped in colorful lights.
Other decorations include giant nutcrackers leading to the front door, moving white reindeer, and, of course, the massive red polar bear.
The Grand Foyer The Grand Foyer features a classic nutcracker decor.
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First Known Use of nutcracker
NUTCRACKER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of nutcracker for English Language Learners
: a tool or device that is used to open the shells of nuts
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