Do you send out Christmas cards to your family and friends? I do, but barely. I actually get a bit stressed about it each year. What picture can we use in our card this year, what should the card say, how should it look, color or black and white? I love the “idea” of Christmas cards and I remember as a child watching my mom fill her’s out, often writing a personal message in each and every one.
Well, it’s confession time. I don’t do that. I would love to do that because the people I send my cards to are the ones that I hold very near and dear to my heart. But at my house, just the fact I go online to create a card, get them printed, put the stamps on and mail them is a victory, all in itself.
To those of you who physically “make” your Christmas cards, you’re better than me. You win. For those of you who can relate to my situation (I truly hope I’m not alone), I’ve come up with something that I hope you will find helpful when you’re creating your card or cards this year. Heck, even you overachievers who make your own cards, may find some value in this list. I hope you do.
I think at times we all find ourselves in a greeting card slump where we’re sitting with the card in front of us and really have to think hard about what to write in it. Here are 85 Christmas Card Sentiments to choose from when writing out your cards this year!
My favorite thing to do is mix and match a few until you come up with something you really like. Have fun with it and please make me feel better by letting me know I’m not the only one who goes through this each year!