It is a great picture, though. He must have been focusing on that themed tree a bit too much...Ok, its a fill-in-the-blank card.
I Have a suggestion for a quick fix. Get some computer address labels in red or a pattern that matches. Print 'em up with an appropriate message, stick 'em stick 'em stick 'em. Love your blog, happy holidays and Seasons!
yeah...I'm going to pretend I didn't do the same thing, except it was for work and I ordered 1200 of them.The inside was printed "and a happy new year". Just a picture on the outside.I only had a few people notice, so I didn't get in horrible trouble.
At least you have a card. I'm still emailing that insane animated elf thing to people...
Your kids are way too cute for anyone to notice the words.That picture made my holiday already, and usually think kids ruin everything.
Just change your last name to Season and you'll be fine.
Oh - the amazing self-replicating apostrophe. I'd go for the labels. The kids are too cute, though.
I live in fear of doing something like this. I am so very capable of it. I triple checked our christmas card this year.
Didn't you want cards to write all those real thoughts instead of phony greetings you collected not so long ago? and the photo is really good enough, nothing else is needed :)
I agree, I think the photo, which is just wonderful, makes up for any wording glitches...and think of the story you can tell years down the road - my mother has a similar card of my brothers and I from over 30 years ago that she still likes to pull out every Christmas to point out the misspelling...
Look, some day you'll treasure it. Maybe just not some day soon.Those are some darn cute kids, though.xo
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