10 Holiday Cards I’d Send If I Actually Sent Holiday Cards.

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I don’t send holiday cards anymore. This is not because I have any high-minded reason against them or anything…in fact, I love holiday cards, in concept.

But that’s about where it ends.

Just thinking about choosing one (that’s a lot of choosing) and procuring one (that’s a lot of procuring) and finding all the addresses and addressing them and mailing them (that’s a lot of all kinds of things)…well, it just makes me tired.

So instead, I’ve just shopped on Etsy and found 10 cards that I’d send you if I sent cards. There now. Consider yourself officially and seasonally greeted…


  • This is Creepy. And Awesome. 1 of 10
    This is Creepy. And Awesome.
    I would send this to my son every day of the year if I could. Watch it, Buddy. Here.
  • You Read That Right, Ho. 2 of 10
    You Read That Right, Ho.
    I laugh in my own brain everything I think about this card. Here.
  • If I’m Honest, This is What I’d Send. 3 of 10
    If I'm Honest, This is What I'd Send.
    The sad blogger Holiday card dot com. Here.
  • I am a robot. Merry Christmas. 4 of 10
    I am a robot. Merry Christmas.
    Love. Robot love. Here.
  • The Sweetest. 5 of 10
    The Sweetest.
    For your sweetheart. Here.
  • Pretty Abstract Letterpress Christmas Lights. 6 of 10
    Pretty Abstract Letterpress Christmas Lights.
    This is a great depiction of what Christmas looks like in my brain. I like it. Here.
  • All the Jewish Parts of Me Love This Card. 7 of 10
    All the Jewish Parts of Me Love This Card.
    Perfection. Here.
  • Arrows. Letterpress. 8 of 10
    Arrows. Letterpress.
    It only needs chevrons and those abstract snowflake patterns to be more trendy for the design bloggers. Here.
  • The Best. 9 of 10
    The Best.
    If I did send cards, I would send these. Here.
  • Texas Forever 10 of 10
    Texas Forever
    Or maybe this is more my speed. From my house to yours...Holly Jolly, Y'all. Here.

Happy Holidays, Y’all.

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