6 responses

  1. Polymer Clay Pendants
    December 10, 2007

    I don’t really care for Xmas cards, but my hubby does. But, we do recycle them, cut out the front picture and use them as tags, if there’s no writing on the back. They’re kinda cute, and saves money on buying those gift tags.

  2. Shannon
    December 10, 2007

    Uh….I think you already know my opinion! =) This year I’m an email kinda gal!

  3. Shannon
    December 10, 2007

    Ok, so here is something that I’m learning since I sent out an email card this year. With an email card you get a response! I like that! A lot of people actually respond to the email and say things like, “nice card, thanks for sharing it,” or “your kids are getting so big,”, or….you get the point.

    Anyway, this makes me think that it’s possible that the “impersonalness” of the email card has actually led to a more personal response than a mailed card. If I would have mailed the card, the people who received would not haved called me or emailed me to say anything. Hmmmm….makes ya think!

  4. Lee Ann
    December 10, 2007

    I’m not against mailing cards. I’m not against emails. I am against a signed (only) card. Drives me crazy. I just keep narrowing my list each year, but it’s easy since we haven’t moved so much. I say do whatever you want. I think people just want to hear from you and yes they want a picture too.

  5. Kim – ScrapToMyLu
    December 11, 2007

    I’m with you sister! I used to tease a friend of mine and would ask her if she wanted the card back so she could re-use it next year. LOL
    But I have to admit, I now do it sometimes. I figure since most of the people I send to do it, I may as well do it back. Less effort.

  6. Lula
    December 12, 2007

    Leigh Anne sends photo cards with a personal message. Thank you very much.
    And scene.

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