Friday, December 5, 2014

Yuletide Greetings!

Happy December to you all and are you ready for Christmas?? No I am not and I am embarrassed to say I am really only starting on Christmas cards and the such, but this year I am not going to stress out, because I had enough of the "S" word worrying about that hubby of mine. BTW, he is doing quite well and is mostly recovered.

Friday's are my day to share at Artistic Outpost, so this Christmas card and all the details with more photos can be found right HERE if you would like to hop on over there and of course that would be nice.

Wishing you all a lovely weekend and thank you for stopping by today. My Holly is going to be over for the weekend, so I am looking forward to that visit!

17 comments:

Valerie-Jael said...

Great card, take it easy, and you are so right about not getting stressed. Glad your OH is better! Hugs, Valerie

Astrid Maclean said...

I echo Valerie's words exactly! Love your beautiful card, the red together with the neutral tones is so classy! Glad DH is doing better again!

Redanne said...

So pleased to hear that hubby is making such good progress. I am going to shock you now, I have actually bought a few cards this year.... I know, terrible isn't it but it is better than stressing - lol!

Your card is gorgeous, the snowflake background is really, really beautiful. Big hugs, Anne xx

Sue C said...

Beautiful card Terry! Glad to hear hubby is on the road to recovery. I'm with you, only just getting to grips with Christmas cards now. Fortunately I don't need many. Sue C x

Krisha said...

Beautiful card Terry!
This is the first year, in a LONG while, I've actually gotten all my cards finished and in the mail on the early side.....LOL

Glad to hear DH is doing better.

Alie Hoogenboezem-de Vries said...

Such nice combinations on this card terry.
All the best for you and your hubby!!!
Greetings, Alie

Meggymay said...

Fantastic card Terry, pleased that the OH is doing well.
Yvonne x

Pam said...

Beautiful card Terry! Love that image, and the snowflakes in the background! Glad to hear hubby is well, and have a wonderful visit this weekend!

Sharon said...

Classic card Terry. Love the poinsettias and the frosted look you have given them - beautiful!

Michele said...

the card is perfect -- i love the simplicity of just black and white and red. sending living thoughts for you and hubby. take good care of both of you! xo

Netty said...

Fab card Terry and so pleased to hear your husband is recovering well. Happy Christmas, hugs Annette x


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Sophie said...

Eine schöne Weihnachtskarte mit dieser herrlichen Winterlandschaft.
Ich liebe diese Stempel-Platte auch :-)

Einen schönen 2. Advent

Marjie Kemper said...

What a lovely card! Beautiful background. So glad to hear your hubby is doing better and that you'll have the visit with your girl. Enjoy!

Ira Huberts said...

First of all I'd like to apologize for being MIA last week, but whilst being in the midst of renovating our upper floor we had to go abroad to meet several suppliers (great timing, I know!). And on top of that we came home this morning to find our central heating broke down… Thank goodness it is fixed again now, so we don’t have to wash ourselves with ice cold water anymore ;-) No fun, let me tell you! I am truly very sorry for having missed out on all of your latest creations, but thankful to be able to enjoy them right now! Your beautiful work is always an immense pleasure for me to look at Terry! Thanks for sharing, hugs, Ira xox
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Ray Schmidt said...

Love the soft colors of the image surrounded by the beautiful red flowers and striped BG. The embossed snowflakes in the BG- Fantastic!!! Enjoy your Holly!

Lynn Stevens said...

Ready for Christmas? Are you kidding? I'm so far behind if I started now I might be ready by next year. LOL
Great card Terry. So glad to hear your hubby is doing well.
I'll catch up with you soon
Hugs Lynn

Beth said...

Terry this is so beautiful my friend love the image and the embossing makes your striped paper look like it has been through a crimper well done GF...glad Steve is on the mend as you can see way behind here and you no more S ing.
Hugs
Beth

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