What to do in October?
1. Gather your favorite family photos from the past year.
Need new photos? Schedule a session with a photographer soon.
2. Choose where to order your holiday cards from this year. Checkout small businesses and shop small to support talented makers.
Want to support a woman-owned small business? Shop my collection of Holiday Photo Cards.
3. Pick your favorite card design that reflects your style.
Looking for a one-of-a-kind card? Grab one of the few spots left on my list for a custom card design by emailing me.
4. Make a list of who to send holiday cards to. Don’t forget family, friends, neighbors, and coworkers.
Add an extra 10% to your final list for any last minute additions.
What to do in November?
5. Collect addresses in one location to make it easy to reference later. Don’t forget to update addresses from any family/friends that moved this year.
Not a fan of addressing envelopes? Use my envelope addressing service to save time (and your hand from cramping!)
6. Order your custom holiday photo cards by mid-November.
Life get in the way? No worries, rush processing is available until December 3.
7. Pickup or order plenty of stamps from the post office.
Sending any cards overseas? Don’t forget extra postage for international mailings.
8. Turn on some festive music and prep your cards and envelopes for mailing.
Don’t have the time? Ask me about my full-service program and I’ll stuff, seal, stamp, address, and mail your cards for you.
What to do in December?
9. Mail your holiday photo cards the first week of December. This allows time for the recipients to display and enjoy the cards AND for you to enjoy the holidays!
Now, relax and enjoy the holiday season with your loved ones! 🙂