Biglietti d’auguri handmade.

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Come gia’ detto,  in Finlandia perdura la tradizione di scambiarsi biglietti d’auguri via posta per Natale;  si mandano agli amici piu’ cari e ai parenti piu’ prossimi.  Chi ha tempo e voglia li puo’ fare da se’:  sara’ una sorpresa per chi li riceve.  Non ci vuole molto:  con pochi elementi e un po’ di fantasia si puo’ creare qualcosa di originale.  Anche quest’anno ho usato delle foglie secche,  raccolte in autunno.  Vi propongo qualche esempio…

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Handmade Christmas cards.    In Finland still a great many people send Season’s Greetings cards for Christmas by normal post to closest friends or relatives.  If the cards are handmade,  it will be a pleasant surprise for who will receive them.  I have time and like to create something different myself:  with a few simple things I try to put together original cards.  Also this year I have used dried leaves,  collected in Autumn.  I would like to share a few items…

Linked to:  All Seasons;  Happiness is Homemade.  Image-in-ing.  Christmas Bliss.

image-in-ing: weekly photo linkup


20 thoughts on “Biglietti d’auguri handmade.

  1. Love the cards you made, and am sure the ones who receive them will really enjoy them. Like it that you didn’t make all the cards the same:)
    Have been away too long away from Holland to know what friends and family do. Also because some are very involved on the internet like Facebook and Instagram.
    Happy you linked these to All Seasons – thank you! Who knows some will be inspired by what you have done. Enjoy your December week!

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