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Postby Jackie » 26 Nov 2012, 19:29

I am getting ready to write out my Christmas cards for the year. I like to get them out as close to Thanksgiving as possible because I have a lot of other things to do for the holiday season. Who else does Christmas cards? Have you done them yet?
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Re: Christmas cards

Postby mickie » 26 Nov 2012, 19:49

I do send them out but have not yet. It seems like every year I get fewer and fewer back from other people. Thanks for the reminder though! I should send mine this weekend.
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Re: Christmas cards

Postby kk39 » 26 Nov 2012, 22:00

I send more e-cards now then regular cards. I hate paying for the cost of a stamp. What do they cost now - like 45 cents. I think that is crazy! I don't get many Christmas cards anymore either. I do like getting the picture cards.
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Re: Christmas cards

Postby cpm1day » 26 Nov 2012, 23:18

We haven't sent out Christmas cards in probably 4 or 5 years. They're always so expensive, even before you figure in the price of postage. It was never something we could really afford to do.
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Re: Christmas cards

Postby Edna » 27 Nov 2012, 00:17

A few years back, I used to send Christmas Cards to my friends and loved-ones, too. With the coming of the e-cards, it made sending greeting cards a lot easier, faster, and cheaper. I do still send a few Christmas cards to a select people. Nothing beats the personal touch a physical card brings.
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Re: Christmas cards

Postby Old_Spice » 27 Nov 2012, 14:28

We send Christmas cards to our relatives here and abroad each year without fail. We only have ten to twenty people on our list, so it's not that much "work". Also, the wife takes care of everything, I only have to put in my signature on the cards.
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