Okay, I have to admit, I actually mailed my Christmas Cards out on December 23rd (GASP!).
I’m the one who used to get them going the weekend after Thanksgiving. Having a baby definitely changes ones priorities This year I was actually dreading Christmas cards. So, I decided I would make it super simple.
First, we forewent our usual tradition of a family shot and I took my baby girl to JCPenny’s for some Christmas Photos which came out amazing!!!
Then, I took one of the shots and got Christmas cards made at Walgreens. Then it was on to addressing envelopes, return addresses and stamping with a few notes for people as well.
I plopped them in the mailbox on December 23rd and kind of giggled at the thought of how people would still get some Christmas merriment after the holiday was over
I did want everyone to receive our well wishes on Christmas Day and that’s where SmileBox comes in. Smilebox has been my tried-n-true go-to for many years. I absolutely love this tool and it’s super easy to use. Check out the Smilebox we made this year and sent to all of our friends and family:
|A free picture slideshow by Smilebox|
So, if you want to save time and have awesome Christmas Cards….use SmileBox.