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C'est la Vie: More Christmas Card Ideas

Keep reading for a free card offer!

There is always more than one way to do something. I got a wonderful comment from one of my readers sharing about a great online card service called Send Out Cards. I was sharing about your options for getting started with Christmas cards for this season and they told me about this great service.

Now if you're thinking this is just another e-card program let me stop you right there. I've used Send Out Cards before and you are not going to believe what it can do! You can choose one of hundreds of thousands of cards, or upload your own photo. Then, write your very own message or use one that is provided. Here's the amazing part - you can upload your own signature and they will even send the card for you! If you're not amazed yet, there's more... for an additional fee they can send a gift card or gift along with your card!! Seriously. Maybe a book, stuffed animal, candy or a Target gift card and you've covered gifts for everyone on your list!

Don't believe it until you see it? Use this contact link to try one for free! Just enter your name, email address, and "Mom In Progress" as your message to get a free card!

Seinfeld fan? Check out this fun Christmas card!


Want to go classic? Here's a beautiful Santa card:


Maybe modern and funky is more your style:

There are over 500 designs to choose from. What?!? Yes, over 500 designs. That doesn't include all of the options for individualizing your cards. And don't forget about the gifts! Starting from around $1.00, there are all kinds of great gifts for family, friends, or business associates. You can also use "points" (find more information on their website) to purchase items which you then get credit for.

You definitely want to check out Send Out Cards before you start your Christmas list. This may end up being your easiest Christmas yet!

Well, it's November 1st. Get ready for the holiday talk! Planning ahead seems to be the theme for the year here at Mom In Progress, so I'm going to start hunting down some great ideas for Thanksgiving and beyond.

Happy Monday! And thanks for reading.

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  1. Great find, Jenna! I've been undecided re: whether or not to send them this year but things like this make it EASY.

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