December 22, 2019
Weekly Newsletter #52: Howdy Ho-Ho-Ho There, Neighbor
Ned Flanders dressed as Santa Claus in an episode of “The Simpons”Source: Ned Flanders | Christmas Specials Fandom Wiki
Light up your Christmas trees and fire up your menorahs, the holidays are here and so is the end of the year.
On Monday, Teri Anderson shared her latest textiles with us.
On Friday, The Black Princess Diaries touched upon the struggles of working through the holidays with a few tips for overcoming a Scrooge-y vibe in the workplace.
On Saturday, The Savy Age taught us how to make snowman gift bags.
Last, but most certainly not least, we directed our artist spotlight towards Zeynep (@zeiince).
Going forward, we’ve got plenty of cheer still left to share, my dear… Oh, and “The Burgundy Zine #12: It’s Beginning to Look A Lot like Craftmas” is just five days away from release. Nbd, nbd.
Furthermore, exciting adventures await us in 2020, which you can read more about here.
If you’re feeling nostalgic, go give our first weekly newsletter a read.
Until next week,
burgundy bug >:^)
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