Christmas card round-up part five

The last Christmas-themed post for the year is here. I’ve had so much fun trawling through my favourite sites, bringing you cards that have caught my eye. I hope you’ve enjoyed them! I’d love to know if they inspired your Christmas card choice this year.

#1 – Letterpress Holiday Peace & Joy Cards by Bears Eat Berries.
#2 – We Belong Together by Sweetkeetle Cards.
#3 – Very Merry Christmas by Happy Dappy Bits.
#4 – Christmas Gingerbread Man by Pebble and Bee.
#5 – Christmas Present Card by Kathryn Kelly Workshop.

Feeling nostalgic? Have a read through my Christmas card round-ups.

Christmas Card Round-up Part four

We’ve got less than two weeks ’til Christmas people!! How exciting.

Today is my fourth Christmas card post for this festive season and it’s all about my favourite thing – words. Sometimes all a Christmas card needs is the perfect festive themed phrase and these lovelies are the best of the best.

#1 – Vintage Style Cards by Damn It Maggie.
#2 – Holiday Cards by Pearenthetical Press.
#3 – Noel by Quill and Fox.
#4 – Happy Holiday Mini Cards by Alexis Matox Design.
#5 – Jingle Bells by Hope Street Press.
#6 – Happy Holidays Set of 6 with Victorian Embroidered Letters by Pressbound.
#7 – Tis the Season by Rifle Paper Co.
#8 – Joy Holiday card by Downtime Collective.

Want more Christmas card fun? Check out my 2012 Christmas card round-up posts.

Christmas Card Round-up Part Three

Fa la la la la, la la la la. How’s you’re singing voice? Mine is in tip top form! Are you feeling the wonder of the Christmas spirit? I am. I think it’s all these Christmas cards!

#1 – Personalised Choir Boys Christmas card by Ten And Sixpence.
#2 – All I Want For Christmas Is You by Cymraes.
#3 – Screenprinted Christmas Card pack by Mellybee.
#4 – Santa’s beard holiday card by Betty Turbo.
#5 – ‘Tis the Season to be Jolly by Tabibi Design.

Want more Christmas card fun? Check out my 2012 Christmas card round-up posts.

Animals on Christmas Cards

Sometimes the only way you can truly say Merry Christmas is by sending a card adorned with a rhino wearing a Santa hat – am I right? Thank goodness for these fine animal-loving folks!

#1 – Animals like to Party – Holiday Card by Toodles Noodles.
#2 – Deer with celebratory antlers by BANQUET Atelier & Workshop.
#3 – Folded Animal Santa Hat by Melina Yingling.
#4 – Festive Faun Christmas Card by Ashley Fauguel.
#5 – Bear in Christmas Sweater by Moon and Sparrow.

Want more Christmas card fun? Check out my 2012 Christmas card round-up posts.

Christmas card round-up – part one

Did you know that red is my favourite colour? It has been since I was a kid. Perhaps that’s why I love Christmas time so much? If these cards don’t put you in the festive spirit, I don’t know what will!

#1 – Merry Christmas Red Amaryllis Note Card by Banquet Atelier & Workshop.
#2 – Merry confetti by Bella Stationery.
#3 – Golden heart on cherry red by Cutie Pie Company.
#4 – Illustrated Christmas Card Set by An April Idea.
#5 – Holiday Star by Fine Day Press.