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10/12/2014

More "Aquarupella"

Christmas Eve is two weeks away!

On a previous post of mine, you can see a Christmas/winter card I like very much.  Today I would like to show some more cards, all by the French Aquarupella. I think they have a magical, very Christmassy atmosphere. 

Photo: Keke ja Eevis

Photo: Jorma Jämsen

Photo: Imagina/Alamy

14 comments:

  1. Such pretty cards. I love pretty cards of all kinds, but especially Christmas cards. Doesn't it seem to you that now with Facebook and email, we don't send greeting cards as often? Makes me a bit sad.

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    1. You are right, Ann. I've just seen a Guardian headline asking "Is 2014 the year the Christmas card died?"
      Well, I try to resist! :) I love receiving Christmas cards, I keep them all, and may admire my collection even during the summer months...

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  2. I agree they are beautiful and so very festive.

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    1. Like the Christmas songs are the most beautiful songs,
      the Christmas cards are the most beautiful cards! :)

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  3. I love the romantic Christmas cards with snow, we only have about once in five years with Christmas.
    And yes, I keep them all too.

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    1. We have always had a White Christmas here (in this part of the country), but not last year.
      This winter has started mild as well.
      It makes you wonder and... photographywise it's certainly sad!

      I'd love to see some Christmas cards from your country! :)

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  4. Olet oikeassa, ihastuttava tunnelma noissa kaikissa kolmessa kuvassa!
    ps. Lisäsin postaukseeni kiinanruusun kuvan kun sitä kyselit. :)

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  5. These are really lovely, Sara. We've received one card so far - far less than usual. The numbers have been dwindling over the past few years. I still send a few and hand deliver others.
    I hope you have snow for Christmas this year - I always wish for it, but it's only happened once in the past 12 years we've lived here.

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    1. Thank you, Lorrie!
      Your today's post is really charming. I'd love to see more of your Christmas cards!

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  6. I love postcards especially Victorian Era's! Those cards look so lovely ♥

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    1. I know you love beautiful things, Nurdan! :)
      Your blog is full of wonderful patterns and stitch works!

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  7. These cards are pretty Sara, depicting beautiful winter scenes. I make my own cards which I enjoy doing and sending out. The FB tea group I belong to has card exchanges all the time and I sent out 36 Christmas cards for it as well as my own list.

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    1. Oh, Judith, it's lovely to hear that! :)
      I'd be very pleased to see some of your cards!
      Would there be any previous posts about them?

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