InLife, thrift


At Christmas, I love the tradition of giving and receiving cards. As a teacher, I receive lots of thoughtful cards and I love to place these on the top of my piano to admire as I play. However, each and every year, I receive some cards from my family which are extra special. The type of cards that either can’t be shop bought or the design work is worth treasuring. I hate the thought of these cards being thrown away! 

With Christmas a mere memory and twelfth night quickly approaching, I’m frantically trying to tidy before school starts tomorrow. My tree is down, decorations are safely packed away and the last of the Christmas food is being scoffed. When it comes to deciding the fate of your favourite Christmas cards, have you considered framing them? It certainly makes a change from the advice of, ‘Why not keep your cards to reuse as gift tags next year?’ and is bound to bring a smile to your face when you rediscover them next Christmas. 

How do you reuse your Christmas cards?
Would you frame them? 
As always, much love, 

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