Holiday Cards

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Disclosure:I participated in an Ambassador Program on behalf of Mom Central Consulting (#MC) for Cardstore. I received complimentary cards and a promotional item as a thank you for participating.

I thoroughly enjoy the holiday season.  However, there are some parts I like more than others. Baking, shopping, and enjoying holiday goodies are high up on my list.

However one thing I don’t usually enjoy is writing holiday cards. I feel obligated to send cards to close family members,friends, and businesses we deal with on a regular basis.

By the time I add up my old college room mates, the veterinarian, and my Great Uncles the list is long. Unfortunately this can be time consuming.

You have to shop for cards, take the time to write and address them, and then finally make time to go to the post office.

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That’s why I was thrilled to discovered <Cardstore.com./a> They’re taken Christmas (and all other holiday) cards to the digital age. I can do all the work online in just a couple minutes.

Now don’t you worry just because cards are in the digital age doesn’t make them Ecards. Nope your relatives will still get a physical card they can hold in their hands and display on the  mantle.

This is a must in my family.

Grandma: Krystle said sent us an ecard, can you print it off the “TV”.

Grandpa:I’m trying to call it up, but “Googgle” said the page wasn’t available.

Check out this cool card I made for my Gradma this year that will arrive at her doorstep.

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The theme is holiday baking! We always used to bake cookies together, so it helps tie in family tradition. I love how customizable it is.   I was able to add her name right on the graphic, and there is plenty more room to add photos on the nside.

Then you can choose to ship it to you, or directly to the recipient.

 

Want to see how easy holiday cards can be? Just click here  to visit Cardstore.com. Order by 11/26 and score 30% off.

What holiday chore do you like the least?