Tag Archive for Christmas Letter Writing

Christmas Postage Stamps Add Color to Holiday Mailings

Why should the inside of your holiday mailings have all the fun? Put some fun Christmas postage stamps on your envelopes! The US Postal Service has been issuing special Christmas postage stamps since 1963, when it released its first holiday stamp with an image of a Christmas wreath and candles. Now the USPS issues Hanukkah…

Create Personalized USPS Stamps for the Holidays

Since 1962, the US Postal Service has been issuing Christmas postage stamps so you can add some holiday cheer to your Christmas cards and letters. But these days you don’t have to settle for the same Christmas stamps used by millions of other people. Digital technology has made it possible for you to create personalized…

Unusual Christmas Cards Are Christmas Letters, Too

Traditionally, if you wanted to send a Christmas letter at the holidays, you had to print it on a separate piece of paper and stuff it inside the card you were sending out. No more! The cards shown here, and others like them, let you combine your Christmas card and letter into one easy-to-create mailing.…

MS Word Newsletter Template for Christmas – Red

This MS Word newsletter template for Christmas is designed to make your Christmas letter writing easy! Simply open the document in Microsoft Word (version 97 or newer) and edit it like you’d edit any Word document. The three-column design includes places to include your own family photos, quick highlights from your year and longer sections…

10 Christmas Letter Writing Tips

Christmas letter writing should be fun, but many people worry so much about what they’re writing and how they’re writing it that they become paralyzed with fear. Relax! Here are 10 simple tips to help you write a great family Christmas letter and have more time to shop for Christmas gifts. 1. Be yourself –…

Creative Christmas Letter Ideas

Who says a family Christmas letter has to be a letter? Here are some creative Christmas letter ideas to help you create a holiday update that everyone will enjoy reading. 1. Christmas Newsletter – If chronicling your entire year in one long letter seems too daunting, think of a few major events and write a…