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Monday, 23 December 2013

These would turn into perfect Christmas Cards.


Christmas is literally just around the corner. However, there is still time to make it to the post office (why not - or switch to "email mode" and type it out). Sending cards is the most emotional way to let others know you are thinking about them, you are wishing them well and that you are going to be there for them for yet another year (and many more!)

These adorable gems are from flickr, from a gentleman called Michael Studt; and I've taken the liberty to share them here (but; I must advise you to ask the permission from him if you want to print them)

The illustrations are made by Fritz Baumgarten. His fantasy world was populated with temperate forests' animals, elves and fairies, farm animals, children and teddy bears. His whole work has a definite feeling of possible, of real, of lived through scenes, almost down to earth, while at the same time being totally free-floating in imagination.

You can keep these, turn them into birthday cards.. or (my favorite) First Day of the Spring cards.. yes, dear friends, I believe that Spring too should be welcomed with a celebration.
But, for now: if you haven't send you cards out - it's never too late. No, believe me: It is never too late. As one saying goes:
Only time you ever do something "late" is if you do it "never".
Are you counting days 'till Holidays?
♥♥ Pinky Honey


  1. These pictures are so fabulous, you're right they would make excellent cards! I think we should try to get better at sending postcards, it's so much more personal than sending greetings over the Internet. You know people have gone throught that extra effort if you receive an actual card. I wish you a merry Christmas dear gal!

    1. You got it, Annie.
      It brings such joy when you receive an actual card - you can place it on a counter, you can give it a glance every now and then as you pass by.. and you KNOW someone made an effort.

      Have a great Christmas, dear!