Well, if you’re anything like me, you haven’t sent out your Christmas cards yet. Yes, I know there is only one more week to go. I’m using the excuse this year that I just had a baby a week ago. So, here’s what I’ve done to let my friends and family know that I haven’t forgotten about them.
Top 5 Ways to Easily Send Free or Low Cost Christmas Cards
: I ordered from them last month and got 25 photo cards for $6 (includes shipping) that my kids will hand out to friends and family during the holidays.
|Red Stamp Free Christmas Card
2. Red Stamp
: This is a free iPod, iPhone, and iPad app that you can use to send beautiful modern photo cards by e-mail, post to Facebook and Twitter, or send by mail (cost of postage.)
3. Sincerely Ink
: Here’s another free iPod, iPhone, iPad, and also an Android app that you can use to send Christmas cards by mail (cost is $1.99 per card.) I have played around with this app and it is very user friendly, quick, and low cost for last minute Holiday cards that you want to send by mail.
4. Of course, there’s always the free ecards at eGreetings.com
5. Create your own Christmas cards with MSWord or if you’re crafty, make them with your kids! Make it a family Christmas tradition to make your own cards and hand them out to family and friends. Kids love to deliver mail themselves!