I love Christmas cards. I buy them. I collect them. I'm a sucker for vintage, for pretty, for classic... I guess I'm a sucker for them all really. Just look at the cute kittens in the ice skates... or the cute Robins on the branch... Unfortunately I hardly ever get around sending any cards though. I know, it is a shame isn't it? I want to change that. This year I sent just a few. I also just received a few. Maybe technology, e-cards and text messages are taking over but receiving a pretty, handwritten and signed Christmas card in heavy weight paper is the best feeling ever. The fact that someone has made the effort to choose a Christmas card for me, write in it and then walk to the post office to mail it to me - that makes me feel so loved and special. Therefor I have made myself a promise to put Christmas cards on the top of my Christmas-To-Do-List for next year. Nothing feels better than making someone happy. And what use do all these cards make if just chucked into a box? No, they need to bring a smile on someone's face (part from me once a year when I flick through them...)
So with a glimpse of my precious Christmas card favorites, me and the kids are on a jet plane to Stockholm, Sweden. We are looking forward to a big adventure and will see you again in the new year. A big thank you for all sweet comments, for hanging around, for engaging and supporting me in my blogging. Thank you for shopping my patterns, encouraging me to keep on designing and I'm so grateful to be a part of this community we have. Happy Holidays my lovelies. See you again soon.