Sometimes it is better to receive than to give, and Christmas cards is one of those instances. While some people have everything ready for their Christmas cards months in advance, others find that same old box of cards going untouched year after year.
The good news is that the task isn't as daunting as it may seem. So even if you've never mailed a Christmas card in your life, there is no time like the present to start. The first step is creating a Christmas card list. Decide who you want to send a card to and make sure you have the mailing address. Try breaking up the list into sections so that you can tackle the project one list at a time. This way it won't seem as overwhelming. Select your cards. If you want to do a photo card, get that perfect picture ready. Walgreens, CVS, Sam's Club or even Wal-Mart will print out personalized photo cards or you can shop online at Kodakgallery.com or other Web sites to purchase them that way.