In yesterday’s post I’d gotten off the subject of what I was originally going to say, so today’s title is “More Merry Christmas Greetings!” And I hope that I can stay on the topic today. I want to share a few Internet links or webpage greetings that I’ve received over the years.
It is really hard to put a webpage on the fireplace mantel, like one might do with a paper Christmas card, but I’ve clipped a few pictures of these pages to share them with you today. This first webpage Christmas greeting that I want to share with you today, is very musical and animated Click A Deer For A Holiday Cheer! and this is what it looks like:
You simply click each deer to make different sounds to the music. I think it is a lot of fun to click each deer and compose the music the way you want to hear it. Give it a try and share it with your friends.
This next Christmas Ecard greeting is from Jacquie Lawson and on her site she tells all about making these fabulous cards. Here is a picture of one of Jacquie’s Ecards and this is what it says on the card titled Santa’s Jigsaw:
Click on the holly to find your jigsaw piece.
Place the piece on its matching shape.
Wishing you all a Happy Holiday Season.
And of course a Healthy New Year!!
I find myself looking at and putting the pieces of this jigsaw puzzle animation & Christmas greeting year after year: Remembering the friend who had sent it to me. I hope that you enjoy it as well!
In conclusion: Back by popular demand the classic ElfYourself by OfficeMax – Powered by JibJab. Although this animation will only work until January 15, 2010 here is a picture of me dancing as an Elf:
Click Here to watch this hilarious ElfYourself Christmas greeting animation of me Elf myself, or as I like to say, “Make a fool of myself and dance like an Elf!”
I don’t know how many times I’ve done this crazy ElfYourself video thing? But every time I watch it, it makes me laugh. I hope that my video made you laugh today too, because laughter brings joy to the heart and makes us feel better. I’ve had a lot of fun sharing these Merry Christmas greetings with all of you today…Can you think of anyone to share them with?
Thanks for Listening,