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  1. kim @ DESIGN + LIFE + KIDS
    kim @ DESIGN + LIFE + KIDS at · Reply

    They turned out great! What a lovely surprise for your family and friends!

  2. Tawnya
    Tawnya at · Reply

    These are wonderful cards and I want to make some for next year. I bet my son would be thrilled to help out as well. Thanks for sharing this great idea.

  3. Jennifer Flores (@ramblingreno)
    Jennifer Flores (@ramblingreno) at · Reply

    You are one crafty lady! Your cards turned out great. I’d love to find one of those in the mailbox!

  4. Victoria • Restoring our Victorian
    Victoria • Restoring our Victorian at · Reply

    I vaguely remember a time when I enjoyed sending loved ones personal greetings.
    In the battle of Christmas-blog-post-insanity and getting out some Christmas cards… The Christmas cards lost out.

    Yours look great. Very cozy.

  5. Kathy
    Kathy at · Reply

    I was never one for keeping cards received for any occasion until you started sending your home made ones. I have all the ones you’ve made since Layla was born. Love every one of them.

  6. Kate
    Kate at · Reply

    Love these Alex… And love your writing even more – you’re my laugh-out-loud blog therapy, and though you don’t know it, I am your unpaid British publicist. Your comment about shades/swearing made me accidentally snort my very nice mouthful of Shiraz but I will forgive you even as I examine the stain removal instructions for my top. (It’s late in the evening here, I should add; I’m not cheerfully clinking glasses in the middle of the afternoon…)

  7. Dani @ lifeovereasy
    Dani @ lifeovereasy at · Reply

    Those are adorable! Totally worth the crafting injury I think! In the crafting world, that’s probably a badge of honour! I also have a real problem getting past the black in my wardrobe – I try and try to convince myself to buy a colour, but I just can’t. Maybe we need to get a support group together.

  8. Inspire Me Heather
    Inspire Me Heather at · Reply

    Your cards are SO pretty!! I really liked the blue & grey ones, just beautiful!!

  9. fynesdesigns
    fynesdesigns at · Reply

    These are FAB!! Thats a whole lot of felt cutting, but the results paid off, they are too cute, and no special tools required so anyone can make them!

  10. Jennifer @ Brave New Home
    Jennifer @ Brave New Home at · Reply

    These are lovely! I especially love the Christmas lights. My new year’s resolution is gonna be to stop buying black and start buying clothes with colors and patterns. I think I say that every year though…

  11. Laurie @ Vin'yet Etc.
    Laurie @ Vin'yet Etc. at · Reply

    These are awesome!!! I love the Christmas lights. Your picture taking skills are kick-ass too… can I say ass on a blog? 😉

  12. Melissa / The Sweet Escape
    Melissa / The Sweet Escape at · Reply

    Super cute! I think the ornaments are my fav.

  13. Tammi@1914house
    Tammi@1914house at · Reply

    These are just some kind of wonderful! I’m bookmarking this idea for next year – or maybe for random birthday cards. I think my daughter would love participating. Nice work!

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  16. beckipeckham
    beckipeckham at · Reply

    These are adorable!

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