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Photos: A Holiday Shoot With Suzanne Heintz and Her Mannequin Family

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Photographer Suzanne Heintz shoots a family Christmas card just like any self-respecting matriarch would, but with a difference: Heintz's happy family is made of plastic -- husband, snowflakes, flocking, stocking caps and all. Photographer Danielle Lirette joined Heinz for a holiday photo shoot Sunday at Kanon Collective; read on for images.

See also: Photos: Suzanne Heintz leaves Chauncey the mannequin at the altar

Continue reading for more photos from the Suzanne Heintz Christmas shoot.

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