Set Up a "Mailbox" for Christmas Cards

Save on postage stamps sending Christmas cards. If you want to send cards to: church friends, school friends or work, set up a mail box. For example at church, set up an area with each person's name on a box, then drop a card.


By Hope from Wilmington, NC

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December 18, 20080 found this helpful

My church does this every year. Each member has his or her own little "post office box" in the lobby during Christmas card season. The last Sunday before Christmas is the annual Christmas fellowship, and each member's cards are put into a paper bag to be read and enjoyed during the fellowship, then taken home. Then again, with ecards, I only need to mail cards to long-distance family and friends without an email address. I'm waiting until next week when my company will be on Christmas hiatus to send out the wonderful, interactive ecard I received from a friend.

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