This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Hallmark. The opinions and text are all mine.
Snail mail to my parents and in-laws are everything. Like if you don’t send them a card for the holidays, that means you don’t love them. And maybe you should move out of the country cause it is that serious. The guilt is real. I’m not going to say which of our mothers threw a fit one time cause we were late on a birthday card. She pointed out it was the one thing she looked forward to from her only familia in CA. I promise, we learned that lesson real quick. Apparently a phone call or text doesn’t cut it! We have never made that mistake again.
Our early Christmas gift was a visit from my suegra and suegro for Thanksgiving. When we visit them in TX, we do their traditions. This year we got to take them to our favorite local amusement park to get a piece of our traditions. The holiday decorations were up and I got to take this picture of them in front of the Christmas tree. They don’t know it yet but we ordered a print of the picture that we’ll be sending with this year’s Christmas card.
Hallmark’s beautiful, hand-designed cards offer something for everyone on your list: some cards are funny, lighthearted, religious and heartfelt. All are perfect for the holiday season. Chris always goes for a heartfelt one and almost always in Spanish! Hallmark cards speak to the language that everyone understands – the heart, whether it’s for mama, papa, los abuelos, brothers/sisters, the kids and/or a significant other.
Tip: When shopping for holiday cards, shop alone! Cards are personal, pick the good ones!
Tip: Include a photo! My parents and in-laws are traditionally old school, they want pictures of their grandkids to frame or put on the fridge!
Visit a Hallmark.com or participating stores to find the perfect holiday (or every day) cards for your loved ones.