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Exactly the true meaning of Christmas Carole. I like that glitter.

And a merry Christmas to you too, Carole. This is a lovely card that exemplifies the real theme of the day with clarity and love. There's tenderness in this. Bri

Good one Carole

This is beautiful Carole .

A beautiful card, painted beautifully I quite like the small donkey or should that be little donkey.

This is the true meaning of Christmas Carole, all the very best to you and your family.

Beautifully and tenderly captured Carole. Have a wonderful Christmas full of peace and joy.

Thanks all for your kind wishes and comments x

A delicate painting reflecting the time of year.

Have a wonderful Christmas too Carole. Lovely traditional card, especially with the glitter. Very nostalgic

Well done Carole.

A beautiful traditional Christmas scene Carole. The glitter adds the perfect finishing touch.

A lovely, meaningful card so beautifully painted, especially the touch of glitter Carole. Wishing you all the best for Christmas & New Year.

Very touching, Carole.

Well done Carole. A happy and peaceful Christmas to you too. X

Thanks so much for your lovely comments and kind wishes. Hope we all have a lovely Christmas and happy healthy new year 💕

Delicately done, Carole. Love the glitter. Best wishes to you for Christmas and the coming year.

Love it Carole. X

Happy Christmas Carole. Brilliant work.

Thanks Russ and Michael. A very happy Christmas to you both xx

Thank you for the reminder, Carole, of the true meaning of Christmas - it's so easy to lose sight of the birth of Jesus in all the busyness of this time of year... lovely, sensitive painting.

Thank you Jan, merry Christmas.

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A little watercolour inspired by an old Christmas card. A true meaning of Christmas. Ps. Excuse the small donkey please :) Wishing everyone on PoL a wonderful Christmas xx

About the Artist
Carole Swingler

Self- taught artist, I have dabbled in watercolours for many years on and off. My first love is flower painting in watercolour. Now trying many different media including acrylic inks, gouache, all types of pencils to try loose-ish semi abstract images.

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