As usual, we bought these on sale last year*. And as usual, I bow in respect to those that make their own cards. Making my own cards just isn’t in the cards for me. Ha!
Keeping with my resolution of sending more cards, any “maybes” on my list were “yeses.” Everyone deserves holiday wishes and I tried to sit and think of the person while I was writing each card.
I dressed up the envelopes with two different types of washi tape I got from Two Peas (gold triangles, red grid). I used my personal stamp from Paper Source that I still have an unhealthy
obsession with admiration for.
I had to get these out earlier than normal this year. I’m glad I get to share them with you!
*Mr. P insisted on penguins this year. I love the cards but the envelopes were a tad flimsy for my liking. I kept on telling him that I might end up like Susan from Seinfeld after licking all of the envelopes.
Hi, it’s me over here – the person who my friends describe as crafty – with my non-homemade, non-customized Christmas cards.
I love being crafty, but I still buy my cards every year. There’s something about getting out 70 of them that prevents me from making them myself 🙂 Sure, I could design a photo card, many do, but it’s not my thing.*
Disclaimer: I think twice about blogging about Christmas cards because any time I share what I do, people think that I don’t like what they do. It’s okay, I just do my own thing.
I really prefer to find a pretty card and devote my efforts to writing a message inside. It’s not much, but I like thinking about the person I’m sending it to. This usually results in “hey, I need to have dinner with them! And Them! And them too!”
That’s what I think it’s about in the end – getting a chance to connect with people in a non-social media form.
*I reserve the right to change my opinion after I have kids.