"Winnie, The Snow Ghoul" isn't the friendliest of snow girls. You see, she's a ghoul. She's a snow ghoul.
Now you might be wondering how that can be. Snow Girls can't be ghouls - or can they?
Well, there is nothing that says snow girls can't be ghosts or evil spirits. The question is whether she really is ghoulish enough to rob a grave?
The good news is that Winnie doesn't do that and is actually a friendly ghoul. That is - if ghouls can be friendly? Can they?
"Winnie, The Snow Ghoul" is a 6" primitive warm & natural cloth body snow girl ornament. She has an embroidered face with black embroidered eyes, eyebrows, nose, embroidered ghoulish mouth and blushed cheeks. She is coffee stained throughout.
She has thick and straight yarn hair along the side seams of her head with the back left bald. She is wearing her favorite fringed dress. Her apron is a mixture of lace trim and embroidered ribbon band that is wrapped around her waist. A fringed flannel scarf is wrapped around her neck.
Winnie hopes that her ghoulish appearance doesn't scare anyone off. She'd just love to come to your house. Do you dare let her?
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