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Continuing with my look back on nine years of Christmas cards, 2009 marks the second year and the final year of doing entirely homemade cards. While the card production was simplified from the first year (no elaborate cutting), the main … Continue reading
Christmas Time is here and I’m starting my annual effort to spread a little cheer. For the past nine years, I’ve been making my own holiday cards. While I’ve generally tried to follow a theme of Northern Californian elements, sometimes I’ve … Continue reading
Continuing a proud tradition of homemade Christmas cards, I’m happy to present this year’s edition. On a positive note, the card was sent out to be received around the holidays… instead of mid-January, like last year. As always, I started … Continue reading
Christmas is just hours away. By this time tomorrow, all the presents will have been opened and most families will have concluded their holiday suppers. As the holiday season reaches its annual peak, I pause and reflect on how this … Continue reading