So, i’ve been thinking. And as much as it hurt, haha, just kidding….anyway,back on track now… I’d like to host a holiday card swap. So i am. The holidays can be hard for people, or they can be the most magical time of year – but whichever category you fall into, it’s always nice to share them with friends and family. No matter which holiday(s) you celebrate, whether it be Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Solstice or another, let’s share the love for this holiday card swap!
Just email your name, address and website/blog info to me at email@example.com by next Monday at midnight, November 23rd and i’ll get you your swap partner’s info by the end of the month so you can have a couple weeks to get your card together – let’s say it has to be in the mail to your partner by no later than December 15th. That’s in the actual mailbox at the post office by December 15th (just to confirm that…hehe.)
So, what are the rules? Well, first of all, do not sign up if you have no intention in actually participating. Unfortunately, some people like to do that. And if you do sign up and have an issue that arises at the last minute and you can’t participate, please let me know as soon as you can so i can get something out to your partner so they’re not excluded.
Second, the card should be handmade. Yes, made. I’m not talking about a super Mona Lisa painted card, but something that is hand-crafted and comes from the heart. It can be as simple as gluing shapes to paper, attaching a festive photo or as complex as a painting or embroidery. It’s up to you. But i’d like to inspire you to be creative so let those creative wheels turn! If you need ideas, you can also email me and i’d be glad to help you out!
Then, of course, top it off with a sweet note to your partner. And viola! We have some sweet holiday greetings 🙂
So Sweet World, what do ya think? Should we get to swapping?