Wednesday, 15 December 2010

Traditional

Since I live in the UK, I've rediscovered the tradition of sending cards for all occasions and especially in Christmas season. I mean real paper cards, not electronic ones... Around this period, we can see cards everywhere! in front of windows, in offices... I found it very friendly and welcoming!

Photo by Grey Lemon

More traditions on Jane's CV, hosted by Theresa.

12 comments:

♥ w o o l f ♥ said...

and unexpected note of music to that!
cards are a great tradition, i seem to be late again with mine... he he.

le blÖg d'Ötli said...

C'est peut-être aussi une des rares choses qui me suivent depuis toujours... Et tes cartes sont si délicates... qu'on ne peut qu'avoir envie de poursuivre.

Line said...

c'est beau si lumineux!!!

l i s e said...

ces cartes sont si jolies

likeschocolate said...

I love real cards! I hope this is one tradition we don't stop doing.

likeschocolate said...

I love real cards! I hope this is one tradition we don't stop doing.

Amélie said...

My gosh, this is so gorgeous! Love the pic :)

Amélie
http://www.sogirlyblog.com

Skylar said...

Yeah, I know what you mean. Getting and e-mail's nice, but it's just not the same as getting a handwritten card.

Theresa said...

I love real cards, and the one you posted is gorgeous.

tschitschi said...

A friend just told me that people in the UK still send a lot of 'real' christmas cards - I wonder why it is so different from country to country.

Susanna said...

always good to send cards!!!
and this is a lovely one!
--and I love England!!--

jgy said...

Such a pretty card.
In Japan it is a tradition to send New Years Cards, on paper, but lately they are mostly done on computers:)
Happy holidays!