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Whether you are staying around for the Holidays or traveling it is always fun sending a little holiday card to friends and family! I have recently shared my tips for stress-free holiday cards and even my tips and tricks for taking your own family photos, but if you want to keep things a bit more simple this year, I have a really fun and beautiful, free Printable Holiday Postcard for you today!
Printable Holiday Postcard
This is especially perfect if you are headed out of town this year and just want to drop a quick note off to family and friends wishing them a Happy Holiday’s, a Merry Christmas or a Happy Hanukkah. My sweet friend Courtney from Paperelli designed this beautiful card for you today and I am so excited to be able to share it with you! Go HERE to download it for your own personal use!
All you need to do is to print a few of these off, trim them, and write your holiday greeting on the cards before you mail them out! I grabbed my metallic BIC Mark-It™ permanent marker in #Amethyst that I received to participate in the #BICMerryMarking challenge and wrote a simple holiday greeting on my cards.
Stop on by and get the booklet of merry marking and a coupon to start marking too! I really hope that you will join with me and participate in this Month of Merry Marking by downloading the coupon, purchasing BIC Mark-It™ Permanent Markers and creating your own holiday projects along with me! And I personally nominate a few of my friends to play along with me: Abbey, Diana and Melanie.
Whether you go a more traditional route with holiday cards this year, or want to keep it simple and send a fun Holiday Postcard, I love using these markers to sign and address holiday cards! They write beautifully and are permanent so rain, sleet or snow won’t stand in the way of these being delivered this year!
Are you staying home or traveling this holiday season?
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