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November subway art

I enjoy this autumn very much, we are having beautiful weather: full of sunshine, sometimes foggy and rainy, but still warm and very colorful. Although Christmas is very close, I still can't focus on holiday season. 

What are you planning for this month?  Are you lucky enough to have a little break or are you busy? 
Are you already crafting for Christmas or enjoy autumn? 

I would like to wish you a beautiful November with this card:


This subway art is designed by me, feel free to use it!

Wish you all a happy weekend!


Comments

  1. We always have Thanksgiving at my house so I don't start decorating for Christmas until the weekend after. That feels like the start of the Christmas season to me.

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  2. While I love Thanksgiving and Christmas...I'm the decorating Scrooge. The only reason the tree goes up is because of my grandgirls...and to 'house' all the presents I love to make!

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  3. I love this :) Not that we usually get snow in November in the UK but the countdown to Christmas has officially started!
    Have a great day!
    Rebecca
    www.heronscrafts.blogspot.com

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  6. We're having a handmade holiday this year so I've been working on gifts since September. I only have evenings to work on them since the kids are here with my all day. Love the subway art, I'm very into that right now.

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  8. This is a lovely printable. November for me has been spent creating items for my store and making some presents for friends and family too :)

    Sarah @ A Cat-Like Curiosity

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