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Sunday, December 13, 2009

Simplify Christmas Cards

I received a Christmas card from a friend, and I think her idea is brilliant! What was it? It was an e-mail with a brief holiday wish and a .JPG photo of her family. It didn't require paper, postage, or ink. The receiver could choose to e-mail it to fellow family members so they could enjoy it too, delete it, or print it. What do you think of this? What do you do to simplify Christmas cards?

1 comment:

janetbarclay said...

This is something I struggle with every year. Sometimes I send e-greetings, sometimes I send real cards to a few people and sometimes to many. Probably it would be best to decide as early as September or October what to do, when you still have lots of time to do it!