Just mailed all my international cards, except 1 (because apparently I can’t count ) today. Also, the spray fixative I used to seal them desaturated the color in the papers I used, which makes them look sort of gray and somber, which isn’t the festive look I was going for, but is, I guess, representative of 2020. So sorry international peas—you have inadvertently become part of my learning curve. I have only 12 more cards to do, and will be rolling them out in distance priority for the rest of the US Peas. Also, I forgot where I put my P.O. Box key, so I wasn’t able to check it when I mailed my cards. Sigh...
Oh and ETA, thanks to @gemini_jen for your label work. That was the most seamless process ever and they printed up perfectly!
Post by Restless Spirit on Nov 25, 2020 23:21:28 GMT
Mine are all in the mail! International and US. Of course it’s a holiday so they will probably all sit in the downtown Post Office until Monday, but at least they are on the way.
Hats Off! to the talented card makers that made all of their cards. I really need to start making cards in July if I’m ever going to join the ranks of the handmade card makers.
I’ve received three cards so far, but I’m holding off on opening them until December. I need to take my fall decorations off of my fireplace mantle. Then the early arrivers will go up on the mantle with my Christmas decorations. I’m really looking forward to opening them.