Holiday Cards to Jumpstart the Season

September 19, 2009 | By | 5 Replies More

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Am I getting too festive about this post? Well, I was really looking forward to the holidays and I thought it would be great to share something while I can since as the season draw nearer, the more we become busy and the less we become attentive to those things we should have thought about earlier on.

Thanksgiving is a few more weeks from now same with Christmas and New Year, so while we still have the time and maybe some extra to spare, why don’t we take a glimpse to some of the most fascinating collection of greeting cards by simply heading on to photo holiday cards site so we can pick up designs in advance or may be even reserve early for the holidays.

Ecards nowadays are commonly used to send greetings to those we hold dear for special occasions and I’m not against that. However, I still find it more sincere and sweet to do it the old-fashioned way with a well-written personalized message. Would you agree? Why or why not?

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  1. Gigi says:

    I agree, I love the old fashion way of sending and receiving greeting cards. I love putting that special written touch on the card.
    It’s also exciting when I go to my mail box and I find a greeting card from a friend or a family member. When I receive the cards I can’t wait to read them. I don’t know about you but I like displaying the cards for others to see.
    .-= Gigi @ the history of kwanzaa´s last blog ..The History and Celebration of Kwanzaa updated Tue Sep 15 2009 6:26 pm CDT =-.

  2. Mathdelane says:

    Hello Gigi,
    Do love greeting cards and I even kept some for years. The best thing about it is you can go back to it anytime you want and reminisce the person or the old days cherished.

  3. David says:

    Hi! Personally, I’m all for sending traditional Christmas cards through what is now called “snail mail.” It’s more personal and the receiver will always remember you make the effort to write and send the card. Thanks, David
    .-= David @Vintage Christmas Cards´s last blog ..Vintage Christmas Cards =-.

  4. Mathdelane says:

    True. Genuine sincerity comes with effort.

  5. Darvin says:

    I definitely prefer the “old fashioned” paper cards. You have something to keep and hold, if you so desire, and I think it means more because someone actually had to go somewhere and pick one out just for you!

    For the sake of our planet though, I do like to either by cards made from recycled material or recycle them myself rather than just tossing them!
    .-= Darvin @ recyclingchristmascard.com´s last blog ..Do Follow Blog, Comment Luv Keyword Luv =-.

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