Do you still send traditional Christmas Cards?
Do you feel they still have a place in the modern world?
Have you stopped sending altogether or come up with other alternatives?
"In a digital world is there still room for the humble Christmas Card?"
I love it when people give me christmas cards, I get so excited that I actually think I have friends
It is infact me sending them to my self lol
I send out Christmas cards to people who live out of town and who send them back to me. I hand out cards in person to my friends in town. I like to put cards in my scrapbook. I send out e-cards to people I know over the internet. I have been known to give both real cards and e-cards to family members.
One of my friends turned me on to a company called 'Send Out Cards' which allows you to upload your own picture, create a greeting and message. They then print the card put it in an envelope, place the proper postage on it then send it to the receiver. I use it for business relations mostly but this year I also used it to send to many of my friends and family members. It's unique and creative, like me Give it a try for free http://www.CardSomeoneFree.com
No matter how convenient an e-card is, it could never compare with a good, ol' fashion christmas card with a couple of good ol' jeffersons tucked in the side.
by j.amie 11 months ago
Is it rude not to send a Christmas card to someone who sent one to you?
by YogaKat 6 years ago
Is it okay to send Valentine's Day cards to your Christmas card people?My Christmas card people get a Happy New Year card every year, but this year I worked long hours at my day job throughout the holiday season.
by Gypsy48 7 years ago
Do you still mail out Christmas cards? I prefer to send E-cards.
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