1. Mary Werner

    There is something sweet about receiving and sending something handmade. I hope facebook doesn’t ruin that….
    p.s. Glad we were able to get together to make cards, yet again! xo

    1. Sara

      Agreed. SWAK! That’s pre-texting-text-talk for all of you youngsters, like my sister here.

    2. Lisa

      could not agree more, though I will never hand-deliver invites again…that about did me in this year! Plus I love supporting our postal service…what great value and service for so little money, plus I love stamps, and yet I fear it is going to go the way of newspapers. This year I refused to even open holiday cards that were emailed …

      1. Sara

        Lisa, thanks for the comment. I agree about supporting our postal service. It is a great value. The hand delivering? I leave that to my kids – the cards get delivered and it gets them out of the house with their pre-holiday energy!

  2. These look great! My hand made cards are more of the ‘folded up child’s drawing’ kind. It is the thought that counts, right? I am enjoying exploring your blog.

    1. Sara

      It is the thought that counts! So glad you’re enjoying my site. Thanks for the comment.

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