Tuesday, 9 December 2014

Happy Christmas


I seem to be doing my Christmas cards early (for me), and here's one for all who read this. We're using this design (courtesy of talented granddaughter),  which I think is very ingenious.  I would like to add that sadly, she doesn't inherit her talent from me, since I have absolutely none at all. 

I hope you all have a wonderful Christmas, and a happy and peaceful new year.

27 comments:

  1. Goodness me she's talented Frances..wonderful drawing....and thank you for the image and wishes.

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    1. I think he looks terrified, but then, who can blame him?

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  3. This is wonderful; thank you.

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  4. Maybe 'talented granddaughter' doesn't give hope and pleasure to miserable prisoners on death row. We all have our own talents.

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    1. Thank you for those comforting words, Cro.

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  5. She's brilliant, Frances! Is that the same daughter who sang a duet with her son? That was wonderful, too.

    Merry Christmas to you and yours, too, Frances! I hope you'll be able to enjoy it all, without your nose getting in the way (this sounds worse than I mean it!).

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    1. It's that daughter's daughter, Meike. Have a great Christmas.

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  6. Absolutely wonderful card! Thank you :)

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  7. What a wonderful drawing, Frances - I love it! Wishing you and yours a Happy Christmas - hope your wounds are healing well.

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    1. Thanks, Rosemary. I don't look quite so...spectacular now.

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  8. I absolutely love this card, Frances. It's a stunning design. Thank you!

    I hope you and all your family have a wonderful Christmas and that you are on the mend again now. xxx

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    1. Thanks, Joanna. Have a lovely Christmas too.

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  9. What a beautiful card, so wistful and full of character. I have done my own cards with a pencil drawing and had them printed, but I can never capture that something extra that your daughter has. A very happy Christmas to you and all your family.

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    1. Maggie, you should start up your blog again, then we can all see your card...?

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    2. It will be on Facebook, but you don't do that?

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    3. Very occasionally, Maggie. But I don't know your full name?

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    4. Maggie Storer. I'll look out for you.

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  10. I'd be so proud Frances: just like you are. Thanks for the good wishes. You make it sound like it's your last post before Christmas.

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    1. Thanks, Graham. I'm not sure you have seen the last of me, though

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  11. Thank you - and a very Happy Christmas to you too. I love the card - what a talented granddaughter.

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  12. What a wonderful card, Frances. Thank you very much for the well wishes. I wish you and your family the most wonderful Christmas time and all the best for the new year.

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