Do you still mail out Christmas cards? I prefer to send E-cards.
yes i mail out as I also make all my cards myself as I really enjoy it
I still mail them and like to get them by mail, I keep them from year to year to hang as decorations!
not anymore. I send e-cards... they are free and fabulous. No need for stamp. My family and friends all exchange e-cards. I love those animated with songs. You can also send family photo christmas e-cards. So cool!
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I still mail out Christmas cards. I order them online - the kind with a family picture on the front Mostly we just send them out to grandparents and other close relatives.
I like to send out Christmas cards; I know a lot of people who don't have e-mail or if they do have an account they only check it once in a blue moon. I definitely see the appeal though if everyone you know uses e-mail.
Yes, I post Christmas Cards rather than e-cards as receiving something physically always seems more personal somehow.
Photos and avatars on the internet get e-cards, real people get real cards through the post.
I send both. I still like to mail cards, it seems more personal. E-cards are fun though because some are animated. Guess it just depends on my mood at the moment I feel like sending one.
yes, I do. It is still best to do it the old way..just like the good ol' days..includes wonderful memories with it too.
No more snail-mail Christmas cards. I'll be lucky if I even send out e-cards this year. That's the beauty of social networking sites like Facebook.
I intend to every year, but seem to have missed the last three years... ah, well, the best of intentions.
I made my own cards and snail mailed them.
Snail mail for me.
I find e cards take ages to open and I usually don't wait round. OK I'm not patient with waiting for things to open online.
by AussieTreeChange 10 years ago
More and more people are sending greetings online via email or using electronic cards or social media pages or even mobile phones. Have you stopped sending cards the old fashioned way?
by Penelope Hart 10 years ago
How many Christmas Cards are you mailing this year?Have you usually sent Christmas Cards by mail? Are you sending fewer cards this year? What are your reasons?
by joleenruffin 12 years ago
What do you think of those family photo Christmas cards that people send out these days?
by NGRIA Bassett 2 years ago
There is so much lost sentiments with mailing since the email era.So much has gone virtual to save the "trees". Do many people still purchase and send greeting Cards?
by MomsTreasureChest 10 years ago
Do you send Christmas cards? If so, is it a personal photo card?
by JT Walters 10 years ago
Do you send your non-Christian friends Christmas cards?
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