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Tuesday, December 17, 2013

December Note Cards



 Are we in a time warp where everything is speeding up? I can't believe it's time for Vee's Card Party once again. Photography has taken a back seat to other things lately. This first photo is of a lamppost at Butchart Gardens, in front of the bare rose gardens.


Also at Butchart Gardens, a lovely bronze sculpture adorned with a wreath and a bow.
 

Christmas in a teacup.
 

A toy tractor bringing home some Christmas greens. This last is from 2012.

Thanks to Vee for hosting this warm and friendly gathering each month. 

 

 

24 comments:

  1. Cute cards Lorrie! Each one is festive looking with the bright red and greenery. Hope you are having a good week and not too busy.

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  2. These are most delightful...I can't choose a favorite...love 'em all.
    xo bj

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  3. Thought I'd check in on the party just before going to bed. Found three new entries! That lamppost looks so Narnian. I love it! Did you get that sense as you visited the Gardens at this time of year? What a sweet wagon bringing home the tree. It just so happens I have a John Deere floating about somewhere here. Perhaps I need to put it to work.

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  4. Your choices are great, Lorrie!

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  5. I love these! The tractor and wagon load of greenery is such a neat idea!

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  6. I love your photos from Butchart Gardens. Always fun to see how gardens decorate. Love the teacup and the toy tractor is too much fun! Merry Merry!

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  7. Wonderful cards Lorri! I don't know if I will make it to the party...I am running late and trying to get some posts done of my Christmas decor and some before n after shots. I will look forward to the next notecard party, it is one of my favorites. Love the lamp post shot with the festive red bow! Have a great day!!

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  8. I really like all your note cards choices, especially the lamp post.

    Smiles,
    Carol

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  9. Lovely collection, Lorrie. Loved the little tractor pic.

    Visiting Butchart Gardens at this time of year is one of my favourite things to do. The very first time I saw the gardens in winter was on my honeymoon. Perhaps that's why it's so special...smile.

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  10. Hello dear Lorrie
    Wonderful photos that all make beautiful Note Cards for sending at this time of year!
    The little tractor and trailer is gorgeous and useful too - is it a Tonka?
    I've been working for two weeks so I'm all behind!
    Hugs
    Shane

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  11. Hi Lorrie,

    Beautiful note cards, all of them. I am especially taken with the first two for their beautiful iron and bronze material and the richness of the seasonal red ribbon and wreath!

    Merry Christmas!

    Poppy

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  12. Festive note cards, the horse is awesome.

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  13. Hi Lorrie,

    I feel like we're in a time warp, too! I love all your pictures and they would make lovely note cards. My very favorite is the second picture -- just gorgeous. I also like the idea of Christmas in a teacup. :)

    Thanks so much for your visit, Lorrie, and a Very Merry Christmas to you and yours.

    Hugs,

    Denise at Forest Manor

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  14. I love that...the tractor bringing home the tree. I think I might just copy that idea! Beautiful note cards...every one.

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  15. Lovely notecard shots. All are so festive. I'm lovin' that horse!!

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  16. Very, very nice! I love the beauty of your photos always!

    Deanna

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  17. I love all the touches of green against the red.

    I hope you are enjoying this holiday season .

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  18. What great notecards Lorrie. Love the iron horse and the toy tractor and wagon. They are sweet notecards.

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  19. Your photos always inspire me, Lorrie. Beautiful captures!

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  20. Oh I love the horse with the wreath
    and of course the pretty teacup.
    But the tractor with the greens just
    delights me. I have a similar tractor
    and never would have thought of
    decorating it.

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  21. Love your traditional reds and greens, Lorrie! The horse is wonderful, but the tractor pic makes me smile! Merry Christmas to you and yours!

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  22. Lorrie, what lovely notecards for December. My beloved late husband and I visited Butchart gardens when we took an Alaskan cruise several years ago. Merry Christmas to you!
    p.s. I loved your pillow in your latest post. I'm going back to check it out again......

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  23. Lovely pictures. Merry Christmas Lorrie.

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