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27 November 2016

Paperless Post for Holiday Card Magic [Giveaway]

Well Thanksgiving is over and that means full steam ahead on the winter holiday season! For many of us that means managing our holiday card list. I keep my list in an excel spreadsheet. Although now that I type this out, I think I need to still update my 2015 list. Oops. Oh well. I missed a year. While holiday cards are tedious, they are one of the highlights of my year. I love sending cards to friends I see often and friends I only see via holiday cards. I even love reading holiday letters that come attached!

paperless post holiday card

But managing the writing, the addressing, and the picking out of cards while working & parenting can be a PITA. That's where Paperless Post can come in! In addition to the holidays, Paperless Post offers great cards for other occasions, such as baby shower invitations or housewarmings. Although snail mail cards are my fave, sometimes it can be too tedious or life throws you a curve where  you find yourself days from a holiday still needing to send out a pile of cards.Who hasn't thrown in a last-minute holiday card when you get one from someone you haven't talked to in awhile? The etiquette can be overwhelming. The idea of uploading your list to paperlesspost.com and hitting send can be handy! And maybe the answer to your prayers? Keep scrolling....

paperless post housewarming invitation

GIVEAWAY:

To help you manage your holiday card list, I'm happy to be able to giveaway 1,000 coins that can be used on paperlesspost.com for awesome holiday cards, electronic invites, thank yous, and notes. This is a $90 value.

To enter:

1) Comment with your email address & what winter holiday you celebrate
2) Extra entries by sharing this giveaway on social media. Either tag me on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram or share the link in a comment.
3) Deadline is Friday, December 2nd at 9 pm CST. 

paperless post baby shower invitation

I hope this giveaway helps ease the chaos of this year's holiday season!

This post is a partnership with Nakturnal

2 comments:

Kari Wenger said...

Christmas, New Years, and my birthday. One year I sent cards for MLK day in lieu of the traditional hoiday cards.

Kari Wenger said...

Christmas, New Years, and my birthday. One year I sent cards for MLK day in lieu of the traditional hoiday cards.

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