Sunday, 23 December 2012

Late and galloping into action . . .

The last couple of years, because of the way Christmas has been placed has meant that I have been working right up until Christmas. 
I have to say I would prefer some time before Christmas, as I like to make my own cards and some of the presents. 
I enjoy putting a personal touch to this I always feel like a cheat if I send bought cards. 
So here I am (far too late) making Christmas cards. 
For anyone who doesn't receive a very out of breath, red faced Father Christmas and an exhausted red nosed Rudolph, can I take this opportunity to wish you all a very very Happy Christmas X


  1. I wish you a super-Happy Christmas dear Hazel... hoping that your holidays won't last too long!!!

  2. ps: I forgot to say that your cards are very nice indeed...

  3. I like getting late cards...
    and thank you for the good wishes.

    Have a wonderful time!

  4. Merry Christmas to you and your family!Thank you for sharing all those illustrations with us.I can't get enough of your blog.It's the first thing i check in the morning.I love your Christmas cards very much:the colors and the humor.They make me smile.Thank you!