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Semele's Riches: Happy Holidays from the Gray/McNamara Family

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Adventures in handmade childhood.

Saturday, December 20, 2008

Happy Holidays from the Gray/McNamara Family


Click on the image for a large, download ready version. (If you didn't know, you can right-click the image and choose "Save Picture As.")

I realize it is not, strictly speaking, traditional to distribute one's holiday card via email and blog, and I offer my apologies to those of you who feel it's "just not the same." Please console yourself with the thought of how many copies of this card will NOT end up in a landfill, and feel free to print it if you would like to place it in the company of the other cards you have received this year. I will not write the ubiquitous Holiday Letter, but if you want to bone up on the Gray/McNamara Family high points from 2008, you are welcome to browse this blog.

I hope you are all enjoying a VERY Merry holiday season and are looking forward to an outstanding year in 2009. I look forward to hearing from you all!

The background text, if you are wondering, are all things Ian has said lately. I realized later that I probably should have included "cookie cookie." He's getting a lot of use out of that one lately...

Love,
Meghan, Michael, and Ian

PS- I did my own card, but you can get a custom card for any occasion and distribute it via email. Just visit the Finecards website for examples and details. This is one of my friends and a fellow "momtrepeneur" who does great work and has reasonable rates- and if you plan to pay her to design your card and distribute it via email, you'll actually save money over going with a generic, pre-printed card anyone could buy, but it's totally exclusive to you!

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Blogger Marco Crupi said...

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December 20, 2008 at 8:21 AM  
Blogger missus.mint said...

I like ecards! And you're right... they dont end up in landfills :) Besides, you can get pretty animated ones too! Have a great holiday weekend, a blessed Solstice, kickin Hanukah, and maybe Molly-Fae and I will see you before Christmas too :)

December 20, 2008 at 10:24 AM  

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