24 December 2017

Card

Every Christmas I make a "card" from one of my photographs. I e-mail it to friends from the past and to members of my extended family that I hardly ever see. Here is this year's e-mail "card":-
This year I have decided to make the "card" available to all blogging associates.

You will need a colour printer and if possible some printer card or stiff, good quality printing paper.  Copy and paste the card shown above onto your paper or card design and print it off.

Fold in half. Inside you should write "To...." followed by your name. Then "Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year". This should itself be followed with "Regards from Yorkshire Pudding".

When the card is finished you should display it proudly in your humble residence and point it out to all Christmas visitors. You have my express permission to do so so no need to worry about breaking any copyright regulations.
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22 comments:

  1. That is a very festive . . . er . . . cemetery . . .

    Very kind of you to allow your name to be added to the inside of the card. You are all heart at this time of the year, Mr. Pudding Man.

    Happy Holidays to you and the missus and your family, YP. Enjoy!

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    1. I find your use of the word "cemetery" a little odd. Lay off the cooking sherry! Oh and a very Happy Christmas to you and your household!

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  2. Thank you Neil. Merry Christmas to you and the whole Pudding clan!

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    1. Thanks for being a great blogging friend. Happy Christmas to you Gregg, George and Ginger... oh and Marco too.

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  3. You forgot to mention that this 2017 Collector's Piece would make a very fine centerpiece on the Christmas dinner table.

    Merry Christmas to you and all the Puddings.

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    1. The card would only make a great centrepiece if enlarged to A3 size. Merry Christmas Vivian!

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  4. I've just sent Paul up into the attic to fetch the colour printer. I'm not sure we've got any card in the house but I guess the back of the cornflake box will do. Merry Christmas Pudding!

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    1. Ahem! The back of a cornflake box will NOT do ye cheeky mare! Even so - Merry Christmas!

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  5. hey Mr Pudding,
    there is nothing humble about my suburban weatherboard, thanks very much!!

    Merry Christmas to you!

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    1. Okay, okay. Keep cool Mama! It's a palace! Happy Christmas!

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  6. That is lovely, Yorkie. I've pointed it out to Remy and Shama and they miaowed in agreement and.

    I wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas...I hope you enjoy it to the utmost. Best thoughts. :)

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    1. I guess your Christmas Day is by now reaching its end. I hope you weren't snowed in today!

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  7. Just calling in to wish you and yours a Merry Christmas, Neil.

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    1. I echo that and bounce it back to you Rozzie. Happy Christmas!

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  8. Always the teacher setting things up that every kid will want to do. I don't have a printer right now Sir. Will you buy my excuse? Have a happy Christmas.

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    1. As it is Xmas I will accept your excuse laddie. Merry Christmas Keith!

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  9. A beautiful photograph and the card idea is a typical piece of Yorkshire economy that I shall resist, but thanks.

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    1. Aye lad. Save on t'postage tha knows. Merry Christmas Uncle Derek!

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  10. No functioning printer in my flat these days, but I am looking at the beautiful card right now as I am sipping my morning coffee just before going to catch the train that will take me to O.K.'s for the next two days.
    Merry Christmas to you and your loved ones, YP!

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    1. I hope you received my real card Meike. Have a lovely, restful time in OK's delightful company.

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    2. I did, thank you so much! It is on display on the sideboard in my living room along with the other cards.

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