Thursday, December 17, 2015

The ghost of Christmas cards past

It may not surprise you to know that I've saved greeting cards. Birthdays, Christmas, and others. One of my very good friends, Sue in California, makes many of her own cards and, when I get one, I save it. Each card is a little work of art.

This one is from 2005. A nice ornament for the tree.

Except for this one, I forgot to make note of which year each of her cards was sent. They're wonderful and I love them, I just don't remember when I got most of them. And, while she signed them, she didn't add a date. No matter, they're still pretty.


  1. Lovely! Some people are just so talented!

  2. What a gem. How about showing us some others. Tis the season.

  3. Replies
    1. Your are right, E. Sue is enormously talented.

  4. Beautiful. Lesson to Sue... date the cards, too. When we downsized for our move here, we scanned special cards like these. it's not the same, but we couldn't haul it all with us. I DID, however, attach ribbon to some to use as Christmas ornaments. The one pictured would definitely have been a keeper.


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