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Christmas Cards - Did you get started yet?

September has almost come to it's end and we're
approaching winter, December and tada! Christmas!
The most wonderful time of the year!

It's time to get started on your Christmas projects, especially if
you're planing to make many of em'.

I've started out with a bunch of christmas cards, tags and altered
matchstick boxes.

Did you get started yet?

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  1. Wow, vad mycket fint du skapat! Blir alldeles matt;)
    Ha det gott!!

    Kram Tesa

  2. How beautiful!
    I am not making my cards this year, however, I had some made with a photo I took of the house covered in snow (it's a Major Event here--it NEVER snows! The last time was in the '80s!).

  3. Ziet er allemaal heel gezellig en mooi uit

  4. Nix, men nu fick jag inpiration att börja genast....


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