The Romance of a Christmas Card by Kate Douglas Wiggin-My door is on the latch tonight, The hearth fire is aglow. I seem to hear swift passing feet -- The Christ Child in the snow.- Reba, the ministers new wife, was spirited, vigorous, courageous, and clever. She was also invincibly, incurably happy -- so that the minister seemed to grow younger every year. Reba doubled his joys and halved his burdens, tossing them from one of her fine shoulders to the other like feathers.
What to Write in a Christmas Card
Looking for DIY Christmas card ideas? We've rounded up our all-time favorite funny Christmas card ideas and Christmas card photo ideas, plus easy-to-follow instructions and tutorials for each. These DIY Christmas cards are so simple to make, loads of fun to share with friends and family along with DIY Christmas gifts , and take very little time to throw together. Believe it or not, some of the cards we've included here can be whipped up in a matter of minutes, so you can spend more time on decorating your tree! Still, as easy as the crafting process is, you can be certain that every ounce of extra effort you put into these cards is sure to be appreciated by all their recipients.
Simple Festive Message Ideas
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We regret to inform you that while, you have all sent us lovely photos and cards with witty poems and limericks about the year that was , we have waited until the last minute like we normally do to even attempt to get a holiday card printed much less in the mailbox. There was much debate about whether or not it was worth the hassle; and by debate I mean, much debate in my head between me, myself, and I. So I said no to a holiday card from my family. And you know what? Christmas cards felt like a term paper that was looming over my head and suddenly I found myself back in high school going on my merry way only to be plummeted by that sinking thought: "Oh yeah, that paper's due tomorrow.