Sunday, November 28, 2010

Mosaic for Christmas

Thanksgiving is over and I hope all your left overs are gone. I have been thinking it is now about time to get out the Christmas cards and address book. My handwriting is not the best anymore so I have make address labels ahead for those I write to often and send cards. The mosaic below comes from some cards I have been messing around on the scrapblog site.. I quite often send post cards... it's cheaper and I like others are trying to pinch pennies.


The start of a new week and so many things to do yet in the next few weeks. Take time to relax a bit between the baking, shopping and decorating. Happy Monday


16 comments:

  1. Elaine this is a very pretty mosaic and would make a lovely Christmas card itself! Happy Monday! :)

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  2. Oh so very sweet!

    Love the soft colors and creativity.

    Have a wonderful holiday.

    Claudia

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  3. WOw!! I like this! Well done! Cathy

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  4. This is so pretty. It certainly captures the joys of the holiday. La

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  5. It's a great idea!!!! I think I may make one of the cards I have made and send it as ours this year!
    cheers, dana

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  6. I agree with Pat, this beautiful mosaic would make a great card! Well done.

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  7. Wow, what a fabulous mosaic. A card on its own. I love your blog. Take care and have a great week.

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  8. How very nice, lovely collage.

    Tyra

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  9. Really nice .. Happy Monday ~ hugs from Savannah, Cherry

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  10. I too agree the mosaic would make a great Christmas card... it's very pretty!!!
    Blessings~~~ Daphne

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  11. Pretty Christmasy Mosaic. I always love getting Christmas cards, but I'm not so good about sending them.

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  12. Pretty mosaic, I put my give away up. Come and have a peek.

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  13. A great collection of postcards. I would send more postcards but am afraid they will get damaged in the lengthy journey. Always put things in an envelope and then still not sure they will arrive safely or if at all. :/

    I CANNOT believe that tomorrow is December 1st. Time is just going by way too fast.

    Love ya, Tammy

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  14. I SEND LOTS OF POST CARDS AT CHRISTMAS. I TAKE THE FRONT OFF THE ONES I HAVE RECEIVED FROM THE YEAR BEFORE AND SEND THEM. AS YOU SAID WE ALL ARE PENNY PINCHING.
    HAVE A GREAT DAY ELAINE.
    LOVE KAY

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