3rd annual Holiday Card Swap!

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Its that time of year again…geez, we’re not even at Thanksgiving and I’m already thinking the holidays!  I thought this year we could take the swap up a notch and include a great recipe for holiday cookies (I already know which one I’ll be passing along).  Special thanks to the fabulous Courtney Jentzen, a freelance designer who specializes in invitations and custom designs, and just HAPPENED to design this years card swap graphics!

And be sure to stop by later this afternoon…I’ve got 2 giveaways to share!

[image by Courtney Jentzen]

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11 Comments to “3rd annual Holiday Card Swap!”

  1. talida Says:

    How fun you decided to incorporate a cookie swap into the card swap! You know I’ll be participating :)

  2. Rebecca Says:

    How fun! I would love to participate.

    I’ll be sending an email.

  3. Caroline - Philadelphia Tourism Says:

    How many cards do you send to each person?

  4. Cyd Says:

    Emailing you right now! I have been waiting for this for a few weeks now. ;-) Thanks, Miss Vane!

  5. Megan Says:

    I’m very interested. How many cards would we be sending each person?

  6. Bernadette Says:

    Awesome! You have mail!

  7. Miss Lissy Says:

    What if I want to do it but I’m not the world’s craftiest person? Can I still do it?

  8. Crystal Says:

    You have mail from me too! What a fun idea, I’m loving your blog!

  9. The Suburban Pen Pal Says:

    I just got a card from one of my lovely swap partners, but it was one card addressed to me as opposed to a blank card/cards for me to send out. Were we supposed to send our swap partners one holiday card addressed to them or a blank card/cards for them to send to other people?

  10. { :: love ardently :: } » Have a Sweet Christmas, you :) Says:

    [...] year, I participated on Brooklyn Bride’s Card Swap and here is what I came up [...]

  11. wedding invitation kits Says:

    It’s hard to believe this post is already one year old nearly and it is that time again. Are you planning another swap this year? I love the idea.

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