Christmas time is near… but not close enough

Christmas. Who does not love Christmas right? Time of cozy evenings, family gatherings, gifts! and the as they call it christmas spirit.

Well in this post I would like to bring some of that spirit, remind everybody that maybe it’s time to start thinking about Christmas, about people we love, about what we should get them (I mean why do we always leave it for last minute?) Fall is like a preChristmas, time to slow down, think, take a deep breath before Christmas, not because it is the time when everybody is stressed and busy, but because we should be relaxed, and to enjoy the holidays, the way we should, take all these wonderful moments we share with our family in, to cherish for years to come.

All that said I think it is time for a new card to be presented. Here it is:

seasons tweetings2 seasons tweetings4

Season’s Tweetings – isn’t it just funny ?? 🙂 I love Lawn Fawn sense of humour! I love their images, the little critters, the attention to details, little hearts, little leaves, all these elements available in all stamp sets. Just wonderful!

This card is simple red and blue, cute birdies on a blanch (that is floating in the air yes…. 😉 – maybe the one with the headphones is flying with it holding it with her feet? 😉

Just a little lame joke there to cheer you all up 😀

I like the look of it, the images,the colours, it’s simple, funny, elegant and wintery.

I will be entering a few challenges with this card, here they are:

1. Addicted to stamps – Challenge 113 – Holiday

2. ABC Christmas Challenge Something Festive


If you like it slip in a comment, you are always welcome to.

Have a great day!



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