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Our Xmas Greeting Card

Philip and myself thought it should be a good idea to do some Christmas cards this year. So we ended up doing this one. Tell us what you think, because you might be receiving your copy soon!

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We're still here till the 17th of December, and should be back around the 7th or so. I'll be checking mails and will be in Cape Town from about New Year, so do phone if you need anything.

Comments

Anonymous said…
Great card! I really like the poses. Hannes
Anonymous said…
Classic! I love this.
It reminds me of the judge who told the atheist that he did, in fact, have his own religious holiday – April Fool’s Day.
Anonymous said…
dig it bru, great one

you have a good holiday and rest

Justin
LOVE dit!!
Danie Nel said…
Thanx guys, still waiting for a response from the atheists.

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