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5 Tips For Getting Your Holiday Cards Ready
1. ORDER AND SEND YOUR HOLIDAY CARDS EARLY
By getting them done early, you can focus on the other fun holiday festivities you have planned. Did you move recently? Sending your cards early also helps those on your holiday card list recognize you have a new home address.
2. PROOF FOR GRAMMATICAL ERRORS
One of the most common typographical errors happens while signing cards. When signing your holiday card, there is no need to put an apostrophe in your name. So for example, The Stremmings not The Stremming’s. The apostrophe shows ownership, which is not the case.
3. BE CANDID
If you want a photo card, but didn’t have time to get any family photos taken this year, don’t worry! Your photo(s) doesn’t have to be professionally taken. The candid photos from throughout the year are many times the best and show personality.
4. USE YOUR TIME WISELY
If you write a personal message, have a goal to do a certain amount a night. Tackling your holiday cards this way will keep you from being too overwhelmed with your long list of friends and family members.
5. BE EFFICIENT
Holiday cards don’t have to be expensive! There are many discounts available during the holiday season as well as shops where you can buy the digital file and print as many as you need. If money is tight for gifts, opt for a photo card—a picture says a thousand words.
I hope these tips help make your holidays a little less stressful so you can focus more on being with your family!