It’s always a sticky situation trying to figure out how to best sign a greeting card. Should you be casual with “Love” or cordial with “Sincerely”? Here are some tips for making the decision.
Faith is an important belief, especially during the Christmas season. Although it has become politically correct to express “Season’s Greetings” to all, many people still choose to recognize the true meaning of the holiday by sending religious cards.
Reduce, reuse, recycle….it’s not just for bottles and cans! Treehuggers and eco-friendly novices alike can appreciate the process of recycling, especially when greeting cards are a beautiful end-result.
Making the transition from living with your parents to moving into your own new pad can be exciting but challenging too. You’re all ready to be independent, but don’t be surprised if it takes a little longer for friends and family to recognize that! Case in point: your first Christmas season on your own….think everyone will change their card-sending habits or continue to include you with your family’s Christmas card?
Every season has its own unique memories, sights and smells associated with it. The Christmas holiday season is particularly rich with emotional connections….trimming the tree, opening presents and sending and receiving greeting cards all create impressions that will be remembered for years to come.
Anxiety, frustration, exhaustion, bribery….it’s time for the family Christmas card photo shoot! Those of you who are parents can surely understand how daunting it can be to corral the kids together for this annual photo. As difficult and time-consuming as it may be, try to keep a sense of humor through the ordeal.
Sending a Christmas card is a simple action that can make a big impact. See how recognizing colleagues and clients with greeting cards can benefit your working relationships and encourage goodwill.
We all appreciate the convenience of modern technology, but at what cost? When it comes to personal communication, emails and text messages eventually disappear into the ether while greeting cards give you something tangible to hold on to.