This year I wanted to do something special for my Christmas thank you cards.
After Christmas I took pictures of the gifts we received and fashioned them into cards like this:
You can click on the pictures for a larger image.
I should perhaps explain the nails. This year for Christmas my mother gifted us a few family heirlooms. Among the collection of antiques and nostalgic items were four square nails. This type of nail was common in construction in the early 1800′s. Nails with round heads and shafts weren’t developed until the late 1800′s. So there you have it– four printable thank you cards and a bit of nail trivia for your next cocktail party.
Also, if you are looking for more crafts to do this New Year, I’m running the Twelve Days of Craft-mas on my Facebook Page. Come on over and check out some of the festive crafts we’re doing, including pudding portraits: