Looming deadlines for workplace projects, school events, increased traffic at shopping centers and holiday parties are just a few of the reasons that Christmas is one of the busiest times of the year. You may want to send Christmas cards but are not sure you can get such an endeavor done. However, with ideas such as postcard Christmas cards, your job becomes easier. Here is a look at some ways to take a load off your shoulders when Christmastime rolls around.
Postcard Christmas cards are basically what they sound like—Christmas cards that look like postcards. You can upload photos onto preset designs or simply choose a design without a photo, and pick the text you want. Order the cards, and after they arrive, you just need to address them. If you want a bit more of a personal touch, then customized postage stamps could be just the thing.
With stores such as Tiny Prints, you can personalize a wide range of gifts such as pillows, iPhone cases, mugs, notebooks, canvas prints and acrylic photo blocks. For example, your grandfather may adore a coffee mug that features your daughters, and your spouse is bound to fall in love with a metal print from the first day the two of you met. Doing this online helps you save time, stress and frustration. There is no need to head out to the malls to shop, and whether you are a night owl or a morning bird, you are able to personalize these gifts on your own time.
If you want to shop at stores as well, a tip is to go to one or two stores where you can get something for everyone on your list. Another idea is to bake in lieu of some shopping. Homemade gifts such as cookies are delicious, and baking is an enjoyable activity you can do with your family instead of fighting the crowds at the mall.
"Loved sending a postcard christmas card this year. Only flaw with the design is I was not able to modify the back text portion. I wanted to use 2 different size fonts but it would not let me. All in all it worked out great and family loved recieving them."