Here’s the final card created from ‘TWAS THE LATE NIGHT OF CHRISTMAS.
And the message inside reads
It, too, can be ordered here.
Hope you’ve liked at least one of my cards. Anything I can do to help ease your stress for this holiday gives me pleasure.
If, however, none of these cards suits your fancy, don’t wait to buy your cards. Shop now. Anything you can do before December will give you a more relaxed holiday.
Check out my next post when we’ll talk about school bells and Christmas bells, too.
By the end of the holiday needles are dry and dropping, decorations have fallen and the tree will be tired of standing straight, just like this card.
with this message inside
You can order the card here.
The last card created from ‘TWAS THE LATE NIGHT OF CHRISTMAS is about the best gift for your loved ones. It’s the cheapest, too, so don’t miss my next post.
Here’s another unique card that shows how the holiday wears out even Mr. Snow Man.
Here’s the sympathetic message inside
Ever wonder how your tree feels each Christmas?
Check out our next post.
If you’re like me, you’ve probably tired of the usual sappy, holiday
greetings. Then I have a treat for you—cards that are honest about the holidays like this one.
Haven’t we all felt like this at Christmas?
Here’s the message inside.
This card was created with an illustration by the talented Nancy Hayashi from that charming book about me.
‘TWAS THE LATE NIGHT OF CHRISTMAS.
Don’t like this card?
Tomorrow I’ll share another. We have four designs in all. Each folded card is 5 by 7. Set of ten is $16.99 which includes handling and postage.
Order here now and get them in plenty of time for the holidays.
I know I promised you a surprise about cards today, but alas, even my best laid plans have to be delayed. I’d like to blame it on the elves, or better yet, Mr. Claus, but alas it’s my fault and the surprise will have to wait for my next post.
In the meantime we can still talk about cards.
What about this year making your own?
Use a family picture
or a favorite drawing by your children
or maybe an acrostic poem you’ve written yourself In case you’ve forgotten how, click here.
or a poem with repetition To refresh your memory, click here.
Then go online for companies that help you create your card. In the past my husband and I have used Shutterfly and Costco and been pleased with the results.
Does creating your own cards overwhelm you?
Then be sure to read my next post for the card surprise.
Anyone want to share a story about creating your own card?
Do you really need to send Christmas Cards?
If your answer is yes, is there a way you can lessen the burden?
What about sending e-cards? Type in ecards in your search engine and you’ll be amazed at the number of websites that can help you.
What about shortening your list by only sending cards to people who don’t live near you?
What about sending your holiday cards at Halloween or better yet, after Christmas? Your recipient will have much more time to enjoy your greeting.
But maybe you love sending cards. I do. After all, the holidays are about stopping the hectic pace of life to remember who and what matters.
To ease your stress, make your list of who will get cards now. Makeing your address labels now, too? Want to add a small picture to them? I used this picture last year on my labels.
It’s a tiny illustration from ‘TWAS THE LATE NIGHT OF CHRISTMAS and is my early holiday gift to you. Just click on it and use with my blessing.
Next post, I have a surprise for you about cards.
Doesn’t it feel great to be planning ahead for the holidays? You are really going to relax this December and enjoy a stress-free, love-filled Christmas.
3 for $5.00 inexpensive.
You can’t go much cheaper than that!
It’s this flexible kitchen magnet with an illustration from ‘TWAS THE LATE NIGHT OF CHRISTMAS. The message is one we all need to remember.
You can order the magnets here. Just scroll down to the bottom of the page for details.
These are great for year round giving to mothers, friends, teachers and small enough to make fun Christmas stocking stuffers.
You may be sweltering in summer heat, but consider yourself lucky. Up here at the North Pole, the summer temperatures reach a balmy 32 degrees Fahrenheit. Still whatever the weather, it’s never too early to start thinking Christmas cards. The sooner you do, the less stressful holiday you’ll have. That’s why we’ll be discussing them in my next post.