Have a wonderful weekend and a magical holiday!
I have a year-end recap going up in a few days (think of all those year-in-review segments on the morning news shows, but less boring and no Matt Lauer for eye candy), but other than that will be unplugging and trying to enjoy the holidays how they were meant to be enjoyed. Without the internet 🙂
Will she survive? Will she freak out? Will she start talking to herself?
Only time will tell.
P.S. - I thought that vintage postcard image was pretty, but then I realized someone is giving a box full of holly as a gift? Of course it's the thought that counts and all that stuff your mom drilled into your head. But hey, maybe spend less money on the fancy bow next time and then you wouldn't have to cut up your shrubs as a gift. Just saying.
Merry Christmas! Maybe holly was expensive back in the day?
In some parts of the country you cant actually get holly! except perhaps at the florist if you are lucky enough to have one that brings it in. I love holly and remember a friend asking me to send some from my part of the country to hers via Greyhound so she could have it for Christmas. Loved the post card for that reason alone.
How nice of you to send her some! That would totally make sense.
One of the local shops was selling little sprigs about 12 inches long with a few tiny branches on them for $3.75. So you may very well have a point!
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, love your blog with all the crafts ideas.
Thank you Pauline!
Merry Christmas to you too Ann! Hope your weekend is relaxing!
Have a wonderful holiday. Thanks for all the "gifts" you give us; especially your awesome sense of humor!!!
Aw, you're so sweet! Thank you for reading my blog and "getting" my sense of humor!
Love vintage and great ideas to use them.
LOVE the card. MERRY CHRISTMAS.
Merry Christmas, Pam, to you and yours! And I agree, thank you for all the gifts you give us! Always something special, a chuckle, and lots of smiles!
Merry Christmas Pam! Can't wait to see what you have in store for us in 2017 🙂