46th card for Christmas 2010


Contemporary English dictionaries define the word “noel” (also spelled “nowel” or “nowell”) as a cry of joy associated with the celebration of Christmas. In past eras English speakers also used the word to refer to the feast of Christmas itself. This usage never faded in the French language, where the word Noël still means Christmas, or, when spelled without a capital “n,” means “Christmas carol.”  Although the English word “noel” is now considered somewhat obsolete, a number of traditional Christmas carols retain this old expression.

Materials Used:

CEB . Floral Fantasy
Crystal Beads
Sentiment by Slojd-Detaljer
Bow from Thailand
Cartridge : Joys of the Season


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