Monday, December 14, 2009

Hand Painted Christmas Cards

Such a sweet picture by Sam Pearson. Each year one of my girlfriend's husband paints
a picture to be used as their Christmas card.
This is the picture for this year.
So sweet!
This was last year's Christmas Card.
I love the little holly wreath around the
bird's neck.
Love this birdhouse with two "cuties"
building a nest

This painting is so beautiful.
Cardinals are so colorful.
My mom used to love to feed the cardinals
when she lived in Tucson, AZ.
Nice memories.
Sweet Tweets to you all!


Suz said...

Would I like one of those cards in my mailbox! Please pass on to the artist that I really think they are precious and joyful

Rachel said...

What a lovely idea. Your friend is so talented!

goldenbird said...

Those birds are gorgeous. The artist is very talented.

Theresa said...

What a talent! Love that idea and I bet you look forward to seeing what the next year's picture is. Have a blessed day dear friend!

Jayme, The Coop Keeper said...

I adore birds..and cardinals are my favorite, cause they remind me of my mom too.

What a special thing to receive every year!

Anke said...

Those cards are amazing, what a talented friend you have. I think I would have to frame them all, even if I just displayed them at Christmas. Gorgeous!!!

Debra said...

the nest is my fave...but they are all divine :)

Bunny Rose Cottage said...

I LOVE these!!! Oh I just could not live without birds. I am thankful there are some that stick around here for the winter. One being the gorgeous cardinal which is a favorite! What a talented friend you have!!

Jenny said...

Beautiful cards. I, too, love the little bird with the wreath around his neck. I wonder what it would look like if my husband tried to paint something? Cute blog.

Woollywotnots said...

Awww sweet tweets to you too! :) what beautiful pictures, thanks for sharing. It is lovely that you keep them. What treasures!

Teresa Wik- T Pots Pottery said...

I did not realize he drew such wonderful, full expression birds! Love the cards.