Holiday cards are aplenty this time of year, and the sentiment behind them is a wonderful thing. It’s a way to say Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, or Happy New Year! My personal favorite are the cards which share a recent family photo.
And while I love sending and receiving these cards, I’m also aware of the environmental impact it has. I was excited when Paperless Post reached out to ask if I’d be willing to use their paperless holiday cards this year. I’ve used Paperless Post over the years, including baby shower invites and birthday invitations. This, however, was the first time I’ve used their service for holiday cards.
What I love about Paperless Post is that they offer an array of options to fit your style. I found it tough to pick just one holiday card. We did quite a bit of traveling this year, so I decided to pick a card that could highlight several of my favorite pictures we took. Paperless Post’s interface makes it easy and efficient to create a customized card in minutes. Time is of the essence when you have a toddler running around!
One additional feature I liked about emailing holiday cards is that Paperless Post gives the option for the recipient(s) to respond directly to you once they receive the card. We received many well wishes in return which was a nice surprise. I hope each of you are enjoying the magic of the season, and may we all strive to be a bit more sustainable in 2020!
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