Use direct mailing services for your holiday cards

November 21, 2009

mailvendmailbox1It’s that time of year when you’ve got to suck it up and start on the Christmas stuff. Shopping, cooking and of those all important Christmas cards … goody!

I’m one of those people that don’t mind finding the right card, but it’s all of that stuffing, licking, addressing and stamping that I can’t stand. Then you have to get them to the post office, making sure you make the deadline so that people will get them before Christmas day. What a hassle!

There is always an easier way. Try a direct mailing service for your Christmas holiday cards. You can order personalized Christmas cards with your special greeting from a printer. Use photos of your family or a great Christmas scene. Most printers have some ready-made Christmas card designs that you can choose from. After selecting just the right card, choose to have them mailed as well. This is normally an option when you go to check out at the end of your order.

When you choose direct mailing, the steps are simple. Your printer will ask for your address list, the type of shipping you’d like, and they will take care of everything, including postage! No more struggling to gather everything together and trek out to the post office yourself. What else could be better? Happy Holidays!

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