It’s a good time to start thinking about the holiday cards you’ll be sending out this year. It’s always smart to buy your cards early so you can begin working on your list early – that way you won’t be struggling to finish your shopping, wrap your presents, plan Christmas and Hanukkah parties, and write your holiday cards at the same time.
Holiday photo cards are a great way to make your Christmas or Hanukkah greetings personal. It allows each family to represent their personalities and involves the whole family in the process of creating the card. Here are a few tips to get your creative juices flowing and help you make a wonderful, one-of-a-kind holiday card.
One of the things we love most about the Holiday season at Baby Lifestyles is sending and receiving greeting cards to our family and friends. Whether you’re celebrating Christmas, Hanukkah, or just enjoying the season, saying hello and happy holidays to the people who have special meaning in your life is something everyone can enjoy. As your family grows, personalizing your greetings with pictures is a great way to keep those who live far away up to date with new pictures of your children and how much they grow. But in this economic time, printing out tens of pictures to mail with your cards can get costly. If you’re looking for a way to maximize your greeting budget and have a picture of your little one on your greetings, we suggest you add a photo to your postage at Stamps.com
When you purchase Holiday themed merchandise totaling $50 or more, from FineStationery.com before the New Year, Fine Stationery will donate stationery to Operation Gratitude to be included in care packages for U.S. soldiers deployed overseas. Operation Gratitude is a non-profit, all-volunteer organization that annually sends 100,000+ care packages addressed to individually named U.S. Service Members deployed in hostile regions such as Iraq and Afghanistan, and on military ships at sea. Its mission is to lift morale, bring a smile to a service member’s face and to express to all troops the appreciation and support of the American people. Since its inception in March 2003, Operation Gratitude has shipped more than 350,000 packages to American troops deployed overseas.