Free gift to you (or someone else!)

Download and print these free notecards! (see below)

Okay, I know this post was supposed to fall on Christmas Eve, but Christmas Day will have to do. I’m working on a borrowed laptop (thank you, Andrew), because the operating system and software on our old laptop was more versions back than we thought. Oops.

Anyway, Merry Christmas to all of you out there in blog land. It is snowing here in Colorado where I am visiting with my husband’s family for the holidays. My first white Christmas in a long time. It is warm and cozy in the house though, with a fire going in the wood stove. We went to Christmas mass this morning and sang many traditional songs, which was fun. Now we’re waiting for David’s brother Eric, and his wife, Liza, and son, Paolo, to arrive. Their United flight was cancelled because the crew “just didn’t show up.” Can you believe that? Luckily United placed them on a similar flight through Continental, even though they had to layover. What’s worse, when they arrived at the airport they found that their bag with all the Christmas gifts had gotten lost. Sad. But the important thing is that they arrived safetly and are on their way.

Today marks the final day of my free weekly holiday posts. Thanks to everyone who left nice comments. I am so glad to hear that each pdf was so well received. As a final gift, today’s free download-and-print pdf is for a set of 3 Little Bird Notecards. One each of “Thank You,” “Happy Birthday,” and “Hello.” These are notecards that can be used throughout the year, not just during the holidays. Also, for those of you who are scrambling to come up with a last minute stocking stuffer, these could be great! Just print out a couple sets on cardstock, trim and wrap with ribbon and you are all set!

Merry Christmas everyone!!!

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6 Responses to “Free gift to you (or someone else!)”


  1. 1 Sheryl December 29, 2007 at 7:12 am

    Thank you for the lovely gift of your tags and cards!

  2. 2 Shannon December 31, 2007 at 5:16 pm

    These are so adorable and what a wonderful thing for you to share with us:) Thank you.

  3. 3 Nehmah February 5, 2008 at 4:15 pm

    Thank you for the notecards. The designs are just right, not too much. I found your website through Googling for free patterns.
    About the Burdamode-burdastyle websites; they are both products of Burda. There are quite a few new patterns on burdastyle.com (as of 02-05-08). However, for those who read German or are very good with patterns, it might be worth your while to access the German version (look at the very bottom of the “download” English version page & click on “Deutch”) and check out the third set of patterns (I don’t have the exact title for the area, but it translates “patterns have seam lines” The patterns for European consumption usually do not have seam lines. As a result of this third group of patterns, I am learning how to read basic sewing in Greman. Plus I have a very nice halter dress pattern, free (thanks to burdamode.com)for my granddaughter. Cordially, Nehmah

  4. 4 Nehmah February 5, 2008 at 4:17 pm

    The site I referred but neglected to specify is the site. The same dress with English instructions is for sale on the burdastyle.com site. Free is better.

  5. 6 Teresa February 15, 2008 at 7:39 pm

    Thanks so much for these lovely designs!


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