Have YOU received your Holiday Card Kit yet? Have any questions? Post them here, in the comments. I want to be sure everyone feels totally successful in getting their cards pulled together well before it’s time to mail them. Yay for getting things done early!
I have some pictures I want to share. For those of you who haven’t ordered, but you’re thinking about it … this will give you a closer look at what you’ll get if you purchase the kit.
For complete coverage on what comes in the Holiday Card Kit, see my video blog on 10/20. Plus, a full list of FAQs and other kit information can be found in my posts from 10/13 and 10/14. Make sure you check that over first, because I may have already covered the info you’re looking for.
[ Okay. The pictures. ]
These are the 3 main greeting card designs you get in the kit. There are 10 of each.
The envelopes look like this:
And you’re getting letterhead that coordinates with everything, for those of you who like to include a newsletter in your holiday cards. Click on this image and read my message for additional newsletter-writing tips, whether you’re using this kit or not.
There are gift stickers for quickly labeling those presents:
And chipboard tags that you can also attach to gifts (I’m using mine for neighbor gifts):
And more. Itty bitty note cards for when you don’t need to say a whole lot, thank-you cards for the holiday gifts you receive, CD/DVD-holding cards … so much value to this kit.
I hope to be back in touch soon with more instructional type of information on those cards (not that you need much, but it might help some of you).