Do I write this post every year? I think so. I have begun the Christmas and Holiday creating for 2020. It always feels strange to start pulling out the reds and greens when I’m still wearing shorts to do yard work, and this year is no different, in that respect.
I am so thankful to be creating in the new studio this year — my dreams of spreading out and leaving projects out to simmer has come true. Bonus content: the studio makes an excellent cocktail lounge after a long day.
It goes without saying that I am always 100% in favor of sending letters and cards, but I’m hopeful that others will be on board with that practice this year, too. If you can’t see your family this holiday season, send them a nice letter sharing a favorite memory or a new adventure you have taken. Or how about leaving a nice note on your neighbor’s front porch, maybe attached to a nice juicy clementine, or a little bag of bird seed?
Let folks know you are thinking about them and looking forward to a safer, more familiar holiday season next year.
Wishing you security and health this holiday season.
If you’re in the New Hampshire area, you may purchase my items at Artistic Roots in Plymouth, NH. We currently have open hours and an online shopping option for curbside pick-up.
Rubber stamps from Stampin’ Up, and Tim Holtz for Stamper’s Anonymous.