Midwest-CBK Unveils Casa Cristina Holiday Collection

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CANNON FALLS, Minn.-Midwest-CBK is expanding its partnership with journalist and designer Cristina Saralegui by creating an inspirational holiday collection that will debut during the winter 2011 markets in Midwest-CBK showrooms across the country.

The handcrafted Casa Cristina Holiday collection features spiritual icons such as angels, nativities, birds, stars, crosses and hearts in a combination of materials such as metal, capiz, wood and glass in a color palette of gold, silver, cream, blue, green and plum. Suggested retail prices range from $3.50 to $100.

"Our partnership on this new holiday collection blends the best of Cristina's exquisite style and inspirational culture and heritage with Midwest-CBK's expertise in the holiday market," said Frederic Contino, president of Midwest-CBK. "The new Casa Cristina Holiday Collection is a testament to the brand's popularity in the marketplace, and now translates Cristina's design aesthetic and success in home decor to a new group of gift and holiday retailers."

Midwest-CBK is also expanding the Casa Cristina Home and Lighting collection with more than 30 new designs.

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