Cheery Christmas Tree

There are two kinds of people in the world: Those who patiently enjoy every holiday and season, and those who have an eternal-advent heart. 🎄 I fall into the second category. 😂 What about you? 😊

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Click on the image above if you’d like to see this illustration on t-shirts and more!
Click the image below if you’d like to send some smile mail!

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Want to adorn your gifts with a dose of cheer? Download my FREE Christmas Tags that are sure to put a smile on your loved ones’ faces!

Have a beautiful day! ♥

Freebie: Christmas Tags

Want your loved ones to smile before they even open their presents? You’re in luck! I’ve created a collection of Christmas tags that are bound to bring joy to the world (or at least to under the tree). Best of all – these wonderful little tags are FREE and they double as ornaments!

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Just download the PDF below, grab your photo-paper, get out the scissors and hole-punch, and you’re ready to go!

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This image is for personal use only. Please don’t abuse my freebie by editing or selling it. If you do decide to decorate your packages or tree with these Smiling Sticks, take some pictures and share it with me! Feel free to share this post to spread the joy of the season!!!

If you’d like to send some smile mail, browse my Christmas Card Collection on Etsy!
Need something smile worthy to wear to your next party? Visit my Holiday Collection on Threadless!

Have a beautiful day! ♥

My Christmas Present: Two Abandoned Kitties

My Christmas Present: Two Abandoned Kitties

About two weeks ago my husband and I noticed two kitties hanging around our neighborhood. They seemed domestic in behaviour (they would always run up when I greeted them) but they had no collars so I figured they were strays. After a couple days we asked a neighbour and they told us someone had moved away and left them. This broke our animal loving hearts! We knew we had to take care of them, whether that meant bringing them to a shelter or into our own home. (If you knew my husband, you wouldn’t be surprised that bringing them to a shelter was very quickly ruled out!)

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