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Dec

This year, my parents ordered two different holiday card designs. My mom decided she would send her favorite card only to long-distance friends and relatives, saving the other non-photo holiday cards for local friends, coworkers and family members whom they see more often. Although I thought she had it backward, she argued quiet convincingly that she wanted to send more photos and family updates to long-distance loved ones—an idea that makes sense to me!

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One of our stylish holiday photo cards complete with a custom inside layout.

This type of scenario has all of us in the Tiny Prints offices wondering how many of you include all of your contacts on the same mailing list. Do you separate local vs. long-distance friends? Do you have multiple designs to send out? Who made the holiday card mailing list this year? You tell us!

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  1. Molly says:

    I’m a stationery junkie and I can never choose just one design, so I send out many. This year will be my most ridiculous yet (I have about 8 designs = about 100 cards). I don’t really have any special way of categorizing them, unless I have one design I really love, and then I might save that for the people who will appreciate it the most.

    And it’s always hard when someone says, “I loved the card you sent me” because it sounds silly to ask, “Now, which one did I send you, exactly?”

    Our mailing list is the usual – friends, family, neighbors, co-workers. I keep a list on my laptop, so that I don’t have to make the list from scratch every year.

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