Jeff and I are already discussing travel plans + arrangements for Thanksgiving / Christmas with our families, which can only mean one thing: the holidays are almost here. And they are coming fast! November is only a week away.
With my family spread out across the states, I have a lot of cards to send out, since I won’t be able to see everyone in person. So I bookmarked some of my favorites on Sent Well the other day and am attempting to find all the addresses I need (they’re somewhere in my email inbox, I just have to find them). Do you know about Sent Well? It’s pretty neat.
You can buy greeting cards from the site the normal way OR you can have Nicole and her team send your cards out for you. They will write your personal message out by hand, address the envelope, stamp it, and send it. Leaving less steps for you. And less opportunities for forgetfulness, which is what usually happens to me. More details on how it works here. Now, all I have to do is decide on the cards. Here’s my short list…
- Tis the Season card by Egg Press
- Merry Christmas card by Egg Press
Good for Hellos
- Knock on Wood hello card by Carolyn Suzuki
- Ahoy There! card by Pei Designs
- You’re the Best card by Bison Bookbinding & Letterpress
Which ones are your favorites?
Visit Sent Well to check out the entire collection of available cards and other goodies, like this notebook and pencil set (so cute).
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Aw, these are so cute! I can’t wait for holiday season, starting November 1st is my favorite time of the year! 😀Beleigh
I can’t believe how fast the holidays are approaching. I teach school, and we have just three weeks until a break! Yay! I love the Tis the Season card with the little cars. So cute…I’m a paper freak and I craft in my spare time…what there is of it. 🙂 Ha. I have a huge collection of vintage paper that is sometimes hard to pull out and use, because there might just be one piece left of a set, or an orphan found when I was digging in a box in an estate sale. But, I’ve decided it’s time to get it all out and share it. I love sending mail and I love to create for others… Now that I’ve written a book here, thank you for sharing these pretties. 🙂Trina Curran