Journalling on the 'mitten' reads: "Recycled Christmas Today I took down my Christmas decorations and Christmas cards. But some of them are so lovely I wanted to keep them. Here are some 'bits' from my favourite cares. Most of these are cards made by my crafting friends. Thanks to everyone for the beautiful cards."
I'm sure some of my blog readers will recognise little bits from cards that they made for me. I'm sorry if your card didn't make it, I did appreciate them all, but some didn't lend themselves to being deconstructed.
So this is the end of my record of Christmas 2009, I started out with the intention of using prompts but in the end I found that what worked for me was to pick out the events and aspects of the season that stood out for me this year. I hope you have enjoyed sharing my Christmas and will continue to visit my blog throughout 2010 to share my crafting projects and photographs.
Mitten Element from 'Amazing Snowland' by Irene V. Alexeeva for Scraporchard