Wednesday, November 26, 2008

2008 Korean Christmas Card Parade


Home Plus is full of Korean Christmas cards. I just had to buy since they were so cute. This one drew me because it has some maedeup (Korean knotting) embossed on it.


I love the little Hanbok girl on the left so I went back a day later to buy some more. All these cards I bought were gone already.








I don't know why this picture is sideways on Blogger. I tried everything to no avail. It's been two busy days spent in the kitchen cooking. If you know me you know how much I love to cook (NOT). The girls are coming over tonight for Thanksgiving dinner. This was the night that worked out best for everyone. I'll post my menu tomorrow along with pictures.

6 comments:

CreekHiker said...

Hey Becky, Love the cards.

Sandra said...

I have piles of Korean Christmas cards that we never even sent. They're so nice, every year I buy way too many. And they're so cheap!

TheJobHunter said...

erm not too sure if you know but the cards say happy new year actually. just thought u might wanna know.

Helena said...

I love those! Beautiful!

(They're actually New Year's cards)

Sarah said...

Haha, you're the only person other than myself who would get so excited about beautiful Christmas/New Year's cards that you post pictures of them.
I had to order mine this year and they should arrive today. If they're as nice as yours I'll post pictures. :D

kim said...

I also have bought a pile of cards from a little shop here. I don't know if the Korean writing just says Happy New Year, but the inserts say (in English) "Season's Greetings and Best Wishes for the New Year". I figure that anyone I will send them to will appreciate them regardless of what they say!! By the way, best wishes for a happy Thanksgiving.

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