Posted Christmas Wishes

Yes, it is that time!

Time to start preparing Posted Christmas Wishes.

Time to start writing personal notes (wishes and thoughts) on Christmas cards and popping them in the mail to all our family and friends that we will neither get to see nor get to spend time with between now and the end of the year.  (And the end of the year is fast approaching.)

Is this festive enough? I think so.

This is my next entry in my Christmas Time Square as part of Becky’s ‘Time’ Square in December photo challenge.

– ⋅ o ♥ o ⋅ –

As you can see, I don’t spend a lot of money on the cards themselves.

Just a cheap $2 pack of 18 cards (with envelopes)

That’s right, I don’t spend a huge amount of money on the cards because my mother taught me it is (always) the thought that counts – but I do spend a much larger amount of money on the postage for the cards to get to where they’re going, letting their recipient know I am (we are) thinking of them.

Do you still send Christmas cards through the post, or are you more of an eCard person?


I love receiving cards in the mail, cracking the envelope, and discovering who’s been having as much fun as I have writing personal messages and sending them via snail mail.

5 Replies to “Posted Christmas Wishes”

  1. I send Happy New Year Cards as I tend to take a while writing personal notes to each person.

    Your are very pretty!!

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  2. I still do cards but only for those I don’t see, as like you think it’s a lovely way to connect with people at this time of year

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