Monday, December 23, 2013

Christmas Cards {2013}


I love this time of year. I especially love getting the mail each day and looking at all the Christmas cards sent by family members and friends. I place all cards in a vintage basket as it makes each easy to look at again.



I too enjoy sending Christmas cards. As usual, J & I trekked over to Scriptura to see what Margaret had in store for us this year. We chose the newest offering, a vintage map of the City of New Orleans. I absolutely adore it.


The inside states:


The sentiment is perfect.


I also like to give a “surprise” to the recipients, seasonal confetti.




Check out my Christmas cards from year’s past: click HERE.

And I spent the rainy morning yesterday writing thank yous to my students for all their generous gifts. I love the note cards I picked up from Scriptura too. Scriptura is always my go-to place for stationery products and pens.

thank you street car

thanks so much

Merry Christmas to all of you from J & I.

xoxo, y’all!


  1. Loved getting a card from you and J, and yes, you surprised me with the Christmas confetti. I found a piece on the floor this weekend! Merry Christmas to you, J, and your families! xoxo

  2. Beautiful cards! Love the idea of adding a little holiday confetti. My girls keep laughing because it seems all the grandparents chose glitter cards this is EVERYWHERE!
    And, you seriously have the prettiest penmanship!!!

  3. You think of everything! The added confetti is such a cute touch. I love your choice of Christmas cards this year.

  4. I love your cards, Ron. I will check out Scriptura next time that I am way down yonder. Merry Christmas to you and J. Nadine

  5. Love your cards. You have great taste and I'm jealous of your nice handwriting! That is something i was not gifted with! What a great teacher who actually writes a thank you to your students. Teaching lessons all the way! Merry Christmas Ron!

  6. Merriest Christmas, Ron. Your cards and confetti are just perfect. :)

  7. Love your cards and the idea of the confetti! Am going to use this idea this coming Christmas.


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