Do you find yourself trying to be helpful and then find out your stumbling along the way? The next thing you know you’re not only not helpful but you’re following behind.
Today my helpful stumble actually has me a bit ahead of the game.
The game of Christmas that is.
Woodie Christmas Car
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We love Pinterest. Yesterday while pinning turkey recipes, I stumbled on the cutest Christmas pillow. It was a needlepoint woodie car with the Christmas tree on top.
It inspired me to try drawing a witty car on the computer. So yes I wasted away a couple of hours on the computer drawing. It was fun!!
How to make this helpful. Printables are always nice and we can frame them, But I wanted to add a bit more hopefulness.
Printable Woodie Christmas Cards
How about printable Christmas cards. I don’t know about you but I buy a box of 28 Christmas cards and need to send 32. If I buy two boxes what do I do with all the extra cards? Is the proper etiquette to send the same card two years in a row?
This year I’ll fill in the gap with my woody Christmas cards. Plus all print out extras for the neighbor’s cookies.
Click here for your download. Remember to print the first sheet using brochure paper and the second sheet on card stock. You can use regular copy paper for the printable, but brochure paper prints crisper images.
The woodie Christmas Car was drawn on the computer, but I used Creative Market to add the tree, wreath, ribbons, and star. If you do ANY work on the computer, check out Creative Market. When you sign up they send 6 free items to download each and every Monday!
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I’m working on organizing help and decorating help for you guys and stumbling over bins and crafting supplies. Lesson learned; set up card tables to keep stuff off the floor.
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