Sunday, November 14, 2010

Autumn Cards

My favorite season of the year is autumn.  And I love all things pumpkin!

However, in Phoenix it's only now beginning to feel a bit like fall.  But I can't wait to unpack my sweaters.

I received this beautiful card from Cindy of Letters From Midlife.  Although Cindy's a blogger, she also enjoys the old fashioned way of communicating.  You know ...hand written cards and letters. 

I appreciate that about Cindy!

If you've considered sending some Thanksgiving cards, you might take a look at Cindy's Etsy shop.  She takes all the photographs and makes the cards.

(Btw, she didn't ask me to write anything about her or her cards.  But I love them and so I can't help but share things I love and enjoy with you.  Check it out!)

Thank you Cindy.  Your card and beautiful message meant so much to me.

Blessings and love,

30 comments:

  1. Happy Arizona Autumn :o)

    I went over to Cindy's etsy shop and her photo cards are beautiful. I especially love the fuchsia roses note cards.

    Blessings & Aloha!
    Have a wonderful wonderful week :o)

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  2. Cindy is very talented for sure.
    I love her cards and have been
    blessed to receive some too.
    I also greatly enjoy being one
    of those people who exchanges
    real letters with her. Which
    reminds me, I owe her one! I
    am constantly amazed at how much
    love and caring is exchanged here
    on the web through blogging! I
    have met some of the kindest
    people and feel as though I have
    known them for years--including
    you!
    Love,
    Sandy
    Enjoy your time with the kiddos
    whenever you work again!

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  3. cindy is a doll, and i love how spunky she is!
    her cards are beautiful. thank you for sharing
    them with us.

    my husband and i just took a walk to soak
    in the fall splendour. the colors are so
    glorious, i kept exclaiming over and over.

    blessings,
    lea

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  4. I hunted for that pic from Carmel [Lone Cypress Tree] down on the bottom before I read this post! Yup! Another similar thing we have! :)

    Nothing like an old-fashioned way of sending cards/letters. The picture I posted of the tree, was a thing I made into a card. I used to send my loved ones those. And that was the last thing that remained.

    That card was beautiful! And what a great friend to remember you that way!

    Sister Debbie, since I heard that the Lone Cypress Tree was famous because of its message of STABILITY, I will remember this from now on that we both share that...STABILITY in Christ! God bless you sister and love that pic too with the kids! May you have a great weekend ahead. Keeping you in prayers. "Be strong in the Lord's mighty power!"

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  5. What a wonderful card! She took that photo? I'll definitely go over and check out her shop.

    I love fall too!

    Love!
    Beth

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  6. Beautiful card/photo and it's always nice to meet a new (to me) blogger. Thanks and have a great week.

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  7. What a blessing...another person encouraging others along the path. Besides her photography is great...what a blessing!

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  8. I'm gonna go check it out - love the card - it's very autumn-y =).

    And I just LOVE the old-fashioned way of communication. Snail mail is awesome - it shows more thought and love because of the effort someone takes to write it, seal it, and send it =) My cousin and I snail mail and we both enjoy it greatly!

    I hope you have a blessed week!

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  9. Oh, I love sending cards and will definitely go right over and check out her shop. I love Etsy too! :o) Yes, autumn is one of my favorite times of the year too. Blessings to you for a wonderful week!

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  10. Pretty cards! Thanks for sharing the etsy shop too. I recently made my first etsy purchase of a couple Christmas gifts, I enjoy browsing the stores there.

    Have a wonderful week my friend.

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  11. What a sweet friend to send you a card!! It's so easy to send those ones through email. I love handwritten notes!

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  12. Oh goodness, I didn't know she had an etsy shop. Headed there now. I, too, have been the recipient of her cards. I treasure them each one.

    peace~elaine

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