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Christmas, New Year’s Eve, and winter holidays, in general, are a time for everyone to relax and have some fun. Spending time with family and good friends, decorating the house, playing in the snow, throwing an ugly Christmas sweater party or simply relaxing in front of the fireplace after a festive meal are the most memorable parts of the season. This lighthearted spirit can be perfectly captured with the help of whimsical Christmas and holiday cards. Share the magic of the season with everyone on your list by sending them thoughtful cards with a personalized message.
People who have never sent holiday cards before might feel intimidated at the prospect of organizing holiday cards for everyone on their personal mailing list. Actually, the process can be simple. Just keep these tips in mind:
• Start early: Many people postpone selecting holiday or Christmas cards until late in the season. To save time, simply order your cards online several weeks before December; that way you will have plenty of time to work on them.
• Prepare an address list: While waiting for your cards to arrive, make a spreadsheet with the name of everyone you wish to send a card to. Remember that you can send a single card to a whole family; each individual does not need to receive their own piece of mail.
• Buy a Self-Inking Rubber Stamp: You do not want to run out of stamps, so purchase a holiday self-inking rubber stamp. Create yours at Shutterfly, where you can select from a wide variety of festive and special designs.
• Make a list and check it twice: Carefully mark off each person who has a card prepared for them, then strike their name from the list once the card has been actually mailed. This two-step process is effective.
No matter how long or short your mailing list might be, getting started on DIY Christmas cards early will give you more time to relax and enjoy the season.