Thursday, December 16th, 2010

Holiday Greetings – How do you send them?

Stephanie

At this festive time of year, I am wondering how people are choosing to send their holiday greetings to friends and family. Do you still send cards through the mail? Family newsletters printed on the home computer? Photo greeting cards? Handwritten letters? Hand crafted cards? I like to use cards I’ve either made myself or that showcase the art of other artists. I don’t maintain a specific holiday “distribution list” as I have in the past, but I do my best to in some way reach out to those that mean the most to me during the holidays.

Image by Biffybeans (Stephanie Smith)  ©All Rights Reserved

8 thoughts on “Holiday Greetings – How do you send them?

  1. 120? Yaaaa! But I applaud you for still doing it. :o) And thank you for the comment on my mandala. My birthday is 12/31 and last year, 12/31 had a blue moon. (A 2nd full moon in one month.) Unfortunately, the weather prevented me from seeing it so I drew what I thought it might look like. :o)

  2. 120? Yaaaa! But I applaud you for still doing it. :o) And thank you for the comment on my mandala. My birthday is 12/31 and last year, 12/31 had a blue moon. (A 2nd full moon in one month.) Unfortunately, the weather prevented me from seeing it so I drew what I thought it might look like. :o)

  3. There’s something special about receiving a physical, handwritten card. For the last few years, we have been sending Unicef-brand cards, and we often include a family picture. If I had the time, I would send handcrafted cards, but with 120+ people on our list it’s just not possible. Regardless, I always include a personalized handwritten note. Perhaps I am old fashioned, but I tend to cringe when I receive a holiday e-card.

    By the way, I love your mandala artwork for this post, Stephanie.

    Ryan

  4. There’s something special about receiving a physical, handwritten card. For the last few years, we have been sending Unicef-brand cards, and we often include a family picture. If I had the time, I would send handcrafted cards, but with 120+ people on our list it’s just not possible. Regardless, I always include a personalized handwritten note. Perhaps I am old fashioned, but I tend to cringe when I receive a holiday e-card.

    By the way, I love your mandala artwork for this post, Stephanie.

    Ryan

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