Yesterday's designer Christmas card was, I hope you will agree, unique. If you haven't printed it off yet, I am pleased to tell you that it's not too late to do so. It is guaranteed to impress family members and unexpected visitors.
Ever vigilant Meike - the creator of "From My Mental Library" - advised me that I suggested similar money-saving Christmas card print offs in both 2016 and 2017. It's good that she keeps a close eye upon me and even better that she has an excellent memory. I would be lost without her. Thank you Meike!
In 2016 and 2017 I shared my Xmas e-card designs. This is something I send to people who have not made our physical Christmas card list - distant cousins, former work colleagues, old friends from long ago.
I look through my vast library of photographs and pick one that I think the e-mail recipients might like. This year, rather than picking a traditional snowy image, I chose a picture of an arctic hare that I snapped one hot summer's day upon the moors between Sheffield and Manchester.
The hare had not noticed me. He was staring into the distance as if briefly mesmerised by the honeycomb warmth of that beautiful June day. Standing stock still I was able to capture six or seven images of him or was the hare a her? I'm not good at determining the sex of hares from a distance.
I posted about that day here. And below there's the e-card design that I sent out this Christmas. A happy summer moment in mid-winter:-