Back to the Christmas parade.  The next card coming up is a lovely card.  It's simple and has lovely lines and non-traditional colors.  I think it was one of the first cards I received.  This was shared by a customer Pat B.  Again, putting that one in the "lay-outs to copy" folder.  She's used Warmth and Wonder as her stamp set.  I wish I could have gotten a better photo.  I  know, it's on my New Year's Resolution List again this year!

Warmth and Wonder

Coming up next is probably one of the coolest Christmas Card I've gotten EVER.  It's an easel card from a long-time friend and downline, Phyllis N.  Here's the card out of the envelope. 


Open and flip and stand it up and voila the ornament is suspended in the air.  Isn't that too cool?  Not sure why the "yellow" is showing up behind the card but alas, New Years Resolution!

IMG_0094[1]And this was probably the most poignent of all my Christmas Cards this year.  This was sent by another long time friend and my up-line Connie T.  Connie and family lost their son this fall and it tore my heart out to see the family's signature with three names and missing the fourth, Robbie.  My heart goes out to this family and am holding them dear this year. 


So that's your daily dose of Christmas Parade.  We'll be back after this brief intermission!