[SiH] Recommended Resource: Simplify Your Holiday Cards for Years to Come

Success in Harmony

November 2007 – Vol. IV, Issue 10

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Recommended Resource: Simplify Your Holiday Cards for Years to Come

Last year, for the first time, I sent all my holiday cards without touching an envelope or stamp. It was an amazing experience–I even reconnected with several friends with whom I had lost touch and who had not been on my card list before. Not only that, but I actually sent my holiday cards; in previous years I always intended to get it done, but my follow-through was hit-or-miss.

SendOutCards makes it incredibly easy to design and send your holiday cards. They will print your customized holiday card using gorgeous, full-color, professional printing, then they will address, stamp and send it for you. If desired, your message will be in your own handwriting and with your own signature. And this year, they’ve added gifts into the mix. Not only can you send gift cards or gift checks, but you can now add gourmet caramels, cookies, hot chocolate, a selection of gourmet coffees or teas, or even brownies to the card you send to an extra-special customer, friend or family member. View the gifts selection at https://www.sendoutcards.com/cgi-bin/trncustomer.pl?static_gifts_giftspage1.

If you’re interested in learning more, send me an email and I’ll tell you how to send a couple of cards at my expense. I’d love you to see for yourself how revolutionary (and inexpensive, too!) this online system truly is, not just for holiday cards, but for sending your love and appreciation every single day.

Note: SendOutCards recommends that you send your cards and gifts by Thursday, December 13th for delivery by December 25th.

3 thoughts on “[SiH] Recommended Resource: Simplify Your Holiday Cards for Years to Come

  • Colleen Kerr says:

    Hi Sara,
    I would love more information about sending holiday cards. Thanks so much for sharing!

  • Jen (Couts) Knutson says:

    Hi Sara,
    I’m so sorry I haven’t got in touch with you in so long! Just a quick update–I got married in July 2006 and we’re expecting our first baby any time now. The due date isn’t actually until Dec. 14 but judging by how I’m feeling, the baby may come sometime within the next few hours or couple of days. Who knows?
    I wish you well on the birth of your baby.
    Hope all is well,
    Jen (Couts) Knutson

  • Sara Hurd says:

    Colleen,

    I’ll be in touch!

    Jen,

    Oh, congratulations! I hope that your labor and delivery go wonderfully… and that you enjoy the awesome feeling of first-time parenthood! Even in the midst of the haze that you’ll be experiencing in the first days and weeks. 🙂

    -Sara

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