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… Or at least, I hope they are on its way. We sent out our Christmas cards a little late this year, and I hate to admit but some of them are still stuck onto the fridge for lack of proper addresses.

But, in case they arrive late, dear friends (and friends of the blogworld where we obviously won’t have your home address), here are our handmade 2010 Christmas cards!

The house is styled using a photo program called befunky that I already mentioned back in October. I stuck with a red-on-white theme for a majority of the card to keep things simple.

What do you think? I’m not much of a graphic designer (even that’s giving myself too much credit… I’m NOT any kind of graphic designer), but I still think these turned out pretty nice for first-timers like us.

We made a few bad printing attempts but chose thick photo paper in the end. It took me about an hour to think of this format, but I’ll probably spend a lot more time on it next year and try out some new skills (assuming I’ll have more next time). What do you think of our foray into making our own cards?

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