Do you send email Christmas greetings?
I used to send out close to 100 Christmas cards. I have started sending electronic cards instead except for 4 or 5 to older people that don't use the internet. Saves a lot of money! Do you use the electronic cards?
That's a good idea, but I still mail out Christmas cards. I just like sending them out and then getting cards back from people in the mail. Doing it electronically is definitely more efficient though.
No, I prefer to send cards instead of email. Call me ol' fashioned, but I like the personal touch from sending and receiving cards. In the years past, I've had loved ones that have passed away shortly after Christmas and being able to hold their card and see their handwriting just meant a lot to me. But, I can see how for many that email would be more economical. Merry Christmas!
by Penelope Hart5 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 AussieTreeChange5 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 Amelia Griggs4 years ago
With all the recycling and going paperless, I've noticed a decline in the amount of Christmas cards people have been sending. Even though we live in an electronic world, do you send Christmas cards and do you think this...
by j.amie3 months ago
Is it rude not to send a Christmas card to someone who sent one to you?
by NGRIA Bassett6 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 joleenruffin7 years ago
What do you think of those family photo Christmas cards that people send out these days?
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