The Book Bloggers Holiday Card Exchange

This year, I joined in the card exchange between book bloggers hosted by Leeswammes and Stiletto Storytime. I chose to send and receive four cards. These are the lovely cards and little bookish gifts I received – thank you so much!

From Rikki’s Teleidoscope, this gorgeous card and bookmarks for every month of 2013:

From Necromancy Never Pays, such a cute Father Christmas and Charlotte Bronte bookmark:

From Book’d Out, a gorgeous bookmark and reindeer card (so cute!):

And from The Key to the Gate, a tasselled bookmark and cozy card:

(Excuse the lighting – it’s been quite late when I’ve been opening my mail!)

Thank you so much to all and happy holidays!


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  1. I am glad you like the bookmarks. After the exchange you certainly have enough to last you for a year or two, :). Merry Christmas, Jeanie!

  2. How nice…thanks so much for taking part in the event. We hope you will participate again next year! Happy holidays to you and yours and wishing you a fabulous new year full of books, blogging and lots of reading!

    Stiletto Storytime

  3. Glad to see it got there! It’s fun to think that something from my house got all the way to Australia this year. We would love to visit, but when I checked the airfare for my family of four (last month) it was ten thousand dollars, which is more than we have with two kids going to college next fall.

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