Spread Retro Holiday Cheer!

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Tired of the same ol’ Holiday cards at the store? Not really in the mood to write a long letter about how your year went?

If your answer to these two questions was YES then this might be the best solution this season! I know I’m not the only one out there that “plans” to write a letter or to send out Christmas cards and never gets around to it. Let’s face it, some people just aren’t good at this and I’m one of them. I still have “Happy Belated Birthday” cards I bought for friends from over 3 years ago! Yep, never sent them out.

With the ease and quickness of our digital age, it almost seems pointless to mail anything. Just send an email. How about a text? And if you’re really eager, you could drop a line (which I tend to avoid unless I’m ready for an hour long conversation). You might be thinking, isn’t the point to sell the postcard not convince me to just send an email? You’re right! Even if the ease of email is tantalizing this holiday season, there’s just something warm and special about sending and receiving a small note. I like getting cards in the mail, it’s thoughtful. Admit it, you do too.

This is a great option for people with little time on their hands but still want to send something personal. Retro holiday postcards allow for an original design you won’t find in the store and a small section to add a message. Plus, postcard stamps are still affordable and you’ll be supporting our USPS!

Lastly, the price is right. For only $3.50 you’ll receive this design with your name and return address information. Just specify what type of file you need for printing, jpg for your home printer or stop by your local print shop with a print ready pdf. If you still don’t want to send a note in the mail, email the front page to your family. Emailed pictures are fun too!

More details and purchasing can be found at etsy.com/shop/rivetandtwine.

Happy Holidays!

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