Friday, November 30, 2007

Using Christmas Cards Received

We all get a bunch of holiday greetings that are very special to us and we set them back for a few years until space limits us from "keeping them all" and it's time to go through and find a use for them. Here's a few things I've done with them over the years:

• Cut out a cute part of the scene, punch a hole in the corner, and use it for a gift tag. Some can be used on gifts other than Christmas depending on the scene.

• Cut out scenes and use in scrapbooks to surround your photos.

• Use them for notes around the holidays as you leave messages for family members or neighbors.

• For the most savings of all! Make them postcards with your own Christmas greeting. This will save buying cards, save trees since you won't need an envelope, provide a reuse instead of recycling option, and on top of all of that, you'll save postage compared to the cost of sending a greeting card.

1 comment:

Anne Worth said...

For the Children….
The St. Jude’s Children’s Ranch reuses the card fronts for Holiday tags and new cards. The proceeds go to support the Ranch. You can give to me or mail to the following address:

100 St Jude's Street
Boulder City, NV 89005-1681

Sincerely, Anne Worth, Dallas, TX

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