Tag Archive for holiday letters

Save Time with Christmas Letter Cards

If you love keeping in touch with family and friends with an annual holiday letter, but hate finding stationery, printing it out and stuffing it in your cards, then you might want to consider an all-in-one Christmas card and letter. These handy cards give you plenty of room for photos and text to tell all…

Christmas Letter Creator Makes Letter Writing Easy

Many people who send out Christmas letters during the holidays buy stationery at a store, write their letter in a word processor and then print it at home. But getting everything to fit on the page can sometimes be a chore. Do you ever wish you could just type your letter online, preview how it…

Is Social Media Overtaking Traditional Holiday Letters?

The rise of social media as our daily communications tool to friends and family members seems to be slowly eclipsing the necessity of the traditional annual ‘holiday letter‘. Through social media outlets like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn and countless others, we learn about happenings in the lives of people in our network on a continual…

How to Create a Christmas Letter on Zazzle

Zazzle is one of the most popular sites on the web, reaching over 3 million people a month and offering thousands of personalized products for sale. You can buy and customize everything from shirts and mugs to iPhone covers and laptop sleeves. They also have plenty of cards, stamps and stationery for Christmas. But did…

Go Green with An Electronic Christmas Letter

Christmas letters are a great way to stay in touch with family and friends during the holidays, but printing them out and sending them through the mail isn’t a very eco-friendly process. Fortunately, there is now an easy way to create a colorful, fun, personalized electronic Christmas letter online. It’s easy and requires no special…

Christmas Newsletter Template – Red Snowman Banner

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 holiday design includes places to include your own update on the first page and family photos with captions…