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Harriet aka hskelly
My blog: Allycatcards
Really slow computer connection so I'll have to stop back later for commenting, but here are my two cards inspired by the Christmas song "Deck the Halls". Maybe it is just because all my Christmas stuff is down in my garage at the moment or from working at the shop where my card rack is and seeing it all decked out, but I'm anxious to decorate my home this year when I haven't been much motivated to do so in past years. Deck the Halls Burlap and Berries Wreath
Thanks for the challenge - I made 2 cards - which are also for the November Christmas Fan Club Challenge of Window In/Out.
I was inspired by the song "Winter Wonderland" as this is one my favourite Christmas songs. I used to sing in an all-girl group before I became a Carer last year and we used to visit Nursing Homes and sing Christmas songs (and Winter Wonderland was one of them) to the residents. It was wonderful to see how many of them responded to the music even though they could no longer communicate due to Alzheimer's or Dementia - and even if they didn't seem to be interested or appeared asleep, their little finger or their foot would be tapping along to the music