If, like me, you’ve left this whole Christmas thing to the last moment, then congratulations. For once, it’s actually paid to procrastinate. If you had your Christmas cards written out in mid-October, then you’ll no doubt have missed William Hanson’s list of Christmas card faux pas… and will probably have committed a few of them too! Ha! Serves you right.
Have a look at William’s website for the full list… click here.
Check out a couple below… suckers!
Not picking charity Christmas cards – besides bestowing yuletide felicitations upon your loved ones, the other purpose of such a card is to support charities, and many cards available will give a percentage cut of the profits to charity. But there are some cards available that are not supporting charities, so make sure you pick wisely.
Printed signatures – some people, with more money and less manners than sense, actually have their signatures printed in the card to save time. It may save time but it just looks rude. Don’t bother to send cards if you can’t be bothered to write them properly.
Look at that face, that’s a man who knows a thing or two about Christmas cards.
December 18, 2012 | No Comments