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Send Your Christmas Cards Online

Geek Tip: Send Your Holiday Cards Online

I'm not really good at sending out holiday cards, which is why it's still sitting on my to-do list with just two weeks to go until Christmas. If you're a card-sending procrastinator like me, make things a little easier on yourself by sending your holiday announcements or cards online!

One of my new favorite online invite sites, Pingg, isn't just for invitations — you can send cards, too! Pingg offers a beautiful selection of images to choose from, or you can upload your own images to customize your holiday cards even further.

What's more, you can send your cards out via snail mail for those relatives that aren't so tech savvy. Trust me, Pingg makes it totally painless to send out cards — no stamps or licking of envelopes required!

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BigAl BigAl 7 years
Pingg is AWESOME. I just used it to send an invitation for a work event and it's already yielded great results. This is definitely the new it site for online invites. For those of you who want to send paper cards, Pingg will do it for you (you have to pay for it of course, but it's pretty reasonable). They will print, address and mail the cards! You can't beat that. Unfortunately, you have to use their images to print rather than your own. Hopefully this is something they change soon. KatMalone, are you sure that you told Pingg you wanted to send a card rather than an invitation? Just a thought, I haven't tried to send a card with them yet, just an invitation.
BigAl BigAl 7 years
Pingg is AWESOME. I just used it to send an invitation for a work event and it's already yielded great results. This is definitely the new it site for online invites.For those of you who want to send paper cards, Pingg will do it for you (you have to pay for it of course, but it's pretty reasonable). They will print, address and mail the cards! You can't beat that. Unfortunately, you have to use their images to print rather than your own. Hopefully this is something they change soon.KatMalone, are you sure that you told Pingg you wanted to send a card rather than an invitation? Just a thought, I haven't tried to send a card with them yet, just an invitation.
KatMalone KatMalone 7 years
I'd love to send these out - but how do you remove the date from them? Its not an event but Pingg keeps making me choose a date for my holiday greeting card! Thanks!
traceyroberts traceyroberts 7 years
I got several of these this week. It must be the trend!
runningesq runningesq 7 years
I wouldn't mind getting an e holiday card, but I do perfer getting them in the mail (kind of like thank you cards --- it's just nice to physically open and put on the fridge/ mantel/ etc)
enSue enSue 7 years
I'm also planning to send holiday ecards to all my friends and relatives who have email addresses. Being unemployed, I really need to cut expenses where I can. I do fear some people may be put off on receiving an ecard instead of a real card, but I know it won't be a problem to the ones who understand my financial situation and are still touched by the gesture.
margokhal margokhal 7 years
I sent holiday cards last year from Knock Knock, a company I LOVE. This year, I went to order more cards...and they've made them FREE to send ONLINE. I'm both happy and sad about this. At least I'll be saving paper this year! :D
margokhal margokhal 7 years
I sent holiday cards last year from Knock Knock, a company I LOVE. This year, I went to order more cards...and they've made them FREE to send ONLINE.I'm both happy and sad about this. At least I'll be saving paper this year! :D
kia kia 7 years
I used to send online cards via the Cirque du Soleil website. I really try to send paper though. I have my main batch going out this weekend.
MissMarisol MissMarisol 7 years
You are a life saver. Thanks for this post. ☃
HipMom HipMom 7 years
That's so funny you are talking about this now, because I have been thinking of sending my holiday cards online, at least to those who have e-mail addresses (which excludes most of my family in Italy). I'm just wondering if people will find it rude.
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