>Last year I did not send out Christmas cards. I couldn’t get them together in time and honestly didn’t think anyone would miss receiving a card from the us. After all, I had posted so many pictures of the kids on my family blog that I didn’t think a formal holiday greeting was necessary.
Many of our dear friends and family members who rarely see us in person disagreed. Some were sad…some were angry…and they let me know it. This year I decided that sending out a few cards would be worthwhile because I now understand the joy it brings to many.
(Remember, I have a guilt-free reading policy on this blog, so if you have chosen not to send out Christmas cards, do not feel pressure to conform – *big smile*–however, if you are planning to send cards this year, keep reading because I have a special offer for you at the end of this post)
I designed my card at Studio DaySpring. Designing the card was fun and easy. Picking the template was also fun, but not at all easy…I mean really how can choosing one design out of myriad fabulous ones be a cake walk? I almost chose this design:
I could also post other beautiful and inspiring choices, but I don’t want to spoil your fun. Oh and I have a special gift for you…Studio DaySpring is offering Becoming Me readers a coupon for 15% off purchases. Just be sure to place your order by December 7, 2009 and enter this code: CHILDREN15.
Here is the best part about purchasing photo Christmas cards from Studio DaySpring: 6% percent of the sales from each order is automatically sent to Compassion International. I love that!
I hope you are having a blessed start to the Christmas season.