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    Over 90 vendors displayed their wares at the Maine Made Crafts show in Augusta on Sunday at the Civic Center. The two-day show attracted shoppers looking for Christmas decorations and holiday gifts from throughout the region.

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    Musician and crafter Mellori Worthen, of Mercer, plays harp at the Maine Made Crafts Show at the Augusta Civic Center on Sunday. Worthen both makes and plays harps.

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    Wendy Struck, left, of Livermore Falls shops with her mother Brenda, right, of Readfield, at the Maine Made Crafts Show on Sunday at the Augusta Civic Center. The pair purchased snowman made out of birch at the Misfit Snowman booth.

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    Anna Adams, center, of Richmond, purchases a reindeer made of birch from Jen Conrad, right, of Augusta as a group of shoppers look on. Adams says she bought the reindeer to put on her front porch.

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    Meredith Kendall, of Lewiston, surveys jars of honey at the Maine Honeybee booth at the Maine Made Crafts show at the Augusta Civic Center on Sunday. Kendall said she went to the fair especially to get the honey made by beekeepers Lynn and Bill Lamb, of West Farmington.

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    Trish Lord, right, of Lewiston, buys a sign with painted snowman faces from Bill and April Fox, of Monmouth. The Fox's make their signs using recycled pallet wood.

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