Happy Mail! Just love this creative card I received from Sally
over at Sally Annie Magundy blog. Yippee!
Sally loves receiving cards. You know, real cards that come by snail mail.
She invited the first 5 who signed up to do a Thanksgiving card exchange with her.
Such fun! Now she is showing off the cards as she receives them,
so go take a look.
She included this sweet package of fall goodies for paper crafting.
Thanks Sally, for your creativity & generosity! Love this adorable card!
Showing off more Happy Mail...
A sweet friend sent me this gorgeous linen hankie. She bought
it on her recent trip to Ireland. I have it displayed where I can see
it's dainty beauty daily. So lovely and so thoughtful.
A good friend sent me this homemade jelly that she and her
daughters made. Oh....the jar arrived full, but I had a
large tiny bit
dozen few crackers with a cup of my favorite tea.
Mr. Retro loves jelly. I'll be hiding this jar in the refrigerator for awhile,
or I'll never get another bite. ;)
Got this commuter mug and sweet hankie from The Vintage
Tablecloth Lovers Club, for helping them. We are all vintage
nuts, eeer, lovers. Come visit the public pages,
the link is on my sidebar.
Yikes, I forgot I hadn't made Thanksgiving cards for my family, so whipped these up
to mail out this morning.
& this one for an old friend who moved to California.
We have an enormous Pecan tree. Mr. Retro came in the other
day with these. He said the ground is covered with them.
Want to come over and gather some? We have plenty to share!
Ah, there might have to be some Pecan pie soon.
Leaving this until Wednesday evening, when I will reset the table
for Thanksgiving. Love this unusual vintage tablecloth. It has the look
and feel of a CHP (California Hand Prints), but has no tag.
I usually wait until after Thanksgiving to bring out the Christmas décor,
but I couldn't resist doing just my tablecloth ladder.
HAPPY THANKSGIVING FRIENDS!!!
Hoping you all have a wonderful holiday with family and/or friends,
safe travel, good food, and warm companionship.
Doyle seconds that!