Let’s play cards!

Of all our pretty decorations for the holidays, my favorite is our door of holiday cards:

I know many people think cards are passé, a waste of money and time, etc. and don’t send them. But I love sending out cards and getting them. It’s still a nice personal touch to say “Hey, we’re thinking about you this time of year.” This is a door full of thoughtfulness and it completes our holiday decor every year.

I’m fortunate to have many blogger friends on my card list. (Thank you to those who have sent cards!) If you’re a blogger buddy, and haven’t received a card from me, but you’d like to be on my holiday card list (reciprocation is not a requirement, but always welcome) send me your address at breenlantern@gmail.com. I’d love to add you to my card list.  It’s not too late for this year, if I get your address by Monday. After that, you’ll have to wait until next year. 

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10 Responses to Let’s play cards!

  1. Thank you for our card! It’s a wonderful tradition, one that I unfortunately dropped the ball on years ago.

  2. Mark in DE says:

    Like you, I also enjoy thinking of my friends as I write out holiday cards, and love receiving them as well. Thank you for yours, and hope ours has arrived by now. 🙂

  3. Urspo says:

    My parents (bless’em) continue the annual production of the handwritten/mailed christmas card, including log book as to whom they sent and from whom they received.

  4. truthspew says:

    I gave up on them some time ago. I’ve so embraced the electronic world that that takes precedence now.

  5. Ron says:

    I also like sending Christmas cards. Always have. For more years than I can remember I’ve been sending out Christmas cards. I know some these days consider sending Christmas cards passé but not me. I was pleasantly surprised to receive a Christmas card from you and Jeffrey. Thank you!

  6. I see my card! and the door changes every year with the different cards. thanks for sharing, dear one!

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