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Saturday, December 17, 2011

Merry Christmas, All!

Happy and Merry Christmas, All!  I wish each one of you a very wonderful holiday!  Not to start anything political, I just wanted to say that as a Christian, I say Merry Christmas to everyone.  As I'm sure everyone has heard before, without Jesus Christ, there would be no Christmas.  I truly believe this, and that the holiday should be remembered for Him, not Santa, and not just for giving and receiving gifts!  I'm not saying that I don't like to get gifts, nor that I don't love giving presents to others.  It shouldn't be the primary focus of this special day of our Lord.  If some parents choose not to bring their children up in a Christian atmosphere at home, then call your holiday, Santasnight or something like that.

I am originally from Denver, Colorado, and we didn't always have a white Christmas, but we surely had more white Christmases than we have here in Tennessee!  I miss Colorado, and the snow.  I remember building snowmen and making snow angels.  This card was created through wishful thinking.  It is chilly outside, but not cold enough to snow.  I also wanted to see how many Spellbinders dies I could use that went together for this snowflake.

I wish each one of you a very blessed Christmas, and a prosperous and healthy New Year! 

4 comments:

  1. WOWZERS!!! Gorgeous, I love the color and all those layers

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  2. I love it and you are so right it is about Christ so let's keep him in it. Merry Christmas!

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  3. Hi Clare,
    thanks for your lovely comments.
    Love your cards.

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I am a child of God, wife, mother of three, and gramma of six. I enjoy stamping, scrapbooking, beading, photography, sewing, camping, fishing, hiking and life! I am a retired dog groomer. Denver, Colorado, is where I was born and raised. I miss the snow and drier weather.

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