Wednesday, 19 December 2012

Heathen's greetings!

Not everyone who celebrates Christmas is a Christian.  A couple of my choir friends are not religious at all, but still enjoy all the celebrations that happen at Christmastime (and, seeing as many traditions that people identify as Christmassy are actually pagan in origin, I say why not!)
However, it feels a bit wierd giving these friends Christmas cards with religious images on them, or even wishing them a happy Christmas, so this year, I went a little ...... different.

Wishing you all a Happy Hannukah, Happy Festivus, Happy Kwanzaa, Happy Newtonmas, or a Merry Christmas (as the case may be!)


  1. Beautiful cards, thank you for making and posting these.

  2. Made the image my Facebook cover photo. Nice.


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