Do we even need them?
Maybe don't talk about Trump in your holiday letter
Haha, this seems kind of obvious, but then again I bet the temptation is a little too real considering there isn't an option for instantaneous feedback with snail mail.
Some other good pointers:
Well, this is just a list of "don'ts". So, what does that leave?
The holiday "non-letter"
The holiday "non-letter" is a trendy, attractive way to share your news and info in an appealing, infographic style without sharing too much. I think they even make a great personal keepsake.
Here are just a few of my favorites. Click to enlarge.
Follow my "Holiday 'non-letters'" Pinterest board to see more ideas that I love.
What to do with all of those cards and letters
My favorite ones usually end up on my fridge, and (gulp) most of the others get "decluttered" (er...tossed). Mom stuffs hers into a really cute miniature holiday sled for those interested. This year, I decided to investigate what other people do and I found some really exciting up-cycling ideas and cool displays.
Up-cycling ideas (slideshow with how-to links)
For more ideas: check out my Pinterest board featuring holiday mail up-cycling ideas
Display Ideas (slideshow with how-to links)
For more ideas: check out my Pinterest board featuring holiday mail display ideas
And, if you're not feeling any of this, but can't bring yourself to toss them into the recycle bin, you can always donate them.
Need some help?
Lastly, if you don't have time to take care of any of this, give me a call and I'd love to help.
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