Christmas Countdown #10 = Christmas card wreath

Oh, I know you expected some crafty, DIY wreath here.  But no! You are going to see a standard, 1970’s-style cardboard wreath bedecked with… well, very few cards at this point.  (You may recall that I believe that my lack of correspondence has gotten me cut from most Christmas card lists.)  No, I shall be optimistic and figure that – like me – others just haven’t gotten around to sending out cards yet.

The wreath wreathes our lovely thermostat, because this is the largest expanse of wall in our main hallway and the only place it fits.  By the end of December, the whole thing is usually full, but in the meantime, the empty spaces are itching to be filled.  With cards from you.  Let’s make a pact and get those puppies in the mail.

Daily Check-In:

  • I’m grateful! for a chance to visit with good friends at the Girl Scout Leader meeting, and for Stacy and Lorraine making a special trip to deliver my Thirty-One Gifts order.
  • I’m lighter! I have been doing an exceptional job of putting away each box as I unpack Christmas stuff and decorate each room.  This is a first for me.

5 thoughts on “Christmas Countdown #10 = Christmas card wreath

  1. I had a wreath card holder very similar to this one that had for many many years. I lost ut due to a house fire a couple of years ago and I have been looking for a replacement. I cannot find anything like the one I had. I have searched the internet and this one is the only one I have seen.
    I am wondering if you remember where you got yours and if you happen to know the name of the company?

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