I love the holidays mainly because my mailbox is filled with lots of holiday cards and I love seeing what my friends and family do each year with their design. Photo cards are my absolute favorite! I keep every single one of them. So chances are friends – if you’ve sent me a photo card over the years I have it filed away! At the Dell household, it’s hit or miss if we send out cards. I usually forget about them until I start receiving them, and then realize I probably have thought about it too late and by time folks get them, it’d be after the new year.
This year we’re sending out announcements for Aubrey’s birth and it’s pretty close to the holiday time so I might do a combo deal. The envelopes are green so that’s festive, right? But you know what’s probably the worst part about sending out cards? Actually 2 worsts – Self-Addressing them with our address and licking all the envelopes. I’ve tried using the wet sponge method but it really doesn’t work for me. I’m not sure if I am using too much water or too little.
But I’m babbling. The reason for this post is that I’ve found a way to solve 2 of my worsts when it comes to holiday cards – thanks to Lovable Labels! They supplied me with a packet of Return Address Labels and Gift Seals! But I’m using the Gift Seals for the backs of the envelopes. Any leftovers I’ll use for gifts too! Here’s some photos of what I chose from their Holiday Selection.
I liked the gold look of the labels. When I received them in the mail, I was pretty impressed with the quality of the print and also the sticker material. It’s almost more of a vinyl feel and should hold up pretty well with the weather for anyone who is living in snow/rain areas. Plus, as a lover of all things paper, I really appreciate the full-bleed and die cut shapes that they offer (for their really affordable price)
**Disclaimer – The products in this review were provided to me free of cost for the purpose of conducting this review. All opinions expressed in this review are my own and are not influenced by monetary compensation**