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How to Send a Business Holiday Card

Holiday cards are a great way to keep in touch with business clients, vendors and employees. But how do you choose the right cards without offending anyone? Steps 1 Count the number the cards you’ll need. Add up the vendors, employees and clients you wish to remember with a card. Decide whether you’re going to have the same card for all recipients or separate card designs for separate groups. 2 Make sure you have an up to date address list. 3 Decide whether you will be sending religious or secular…

postheadericon How to Send Christmas Cards On Time in the United States

How to Send Christmas Cards On Time in the United States

As long as people are believing in the postal service, there will still be those people who will routinely mail Christmas cards out late. But to prevent a late arrival, it’s imminent that you can send them on time. This article will give you the details on getting them out on time. Steps 1 Plan ahead. Write and assemble your Christmas cards within the week following Thanksgiving. 2 Make sure you are able to purchase stamps. Have the envelope containing the card reach its destination in time. Either use the…

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How to Send Santa Letters

Two Methods:Sample Letters to SantaSending Letters to SantaCommunity Q&A If your children want to send a letter to Santa, there are two choices – either send a letter by snail mail or send an email. Follow these simple steps and you’ll be on your way in no time! Steps Sample Letters to Santa Sample Letter to Santa Sample Letter to Santa from Boy Sample Letter to Santa from Girl Sending Letters to Santa 1 Prepare early. When the Christmas rush begins, it can be easy to overlook sending Santa’s letter…

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How to Send Christmas Cards Without Stress

Are you overwhelmed by the idea of sending Christmas cards? Do you procrastinate — send them late, or not at all? This article describes how you can send a personal Christmas card to all the people you care about, without stressing out. Steps 1 Set aside some time and space to write and address the cards. Allow 2 to 5 minutes per card, depending on how fast you write. Pick a pleasant place, with room enough to lay out the cards and write them. Put on some Christmas music. Make…

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How to Send Packages for Christmas

Before you send a package of Christmas joy to relatives or friends this Christmas, here are some frustration saving, time tested, helpful packaging tips Steps 1 Prepare your item. Examine your gift – is it sturdy, fragile, box-like or have small moving pieces? Use bubble wrap to cushion any odd angles to make them less fragile during transit. Is your item shallow or hollow inside, like a vase or bowl, fill that space to make it more dense – packing peanuts, bubble wrap or firmly crumpled unprinted newsprint all work!…

postheadericon How to Select the Right Gift for White Day

How to Select the Right Gift for White Day

White Day was first celebrated in the late 70s in Japan. It was started by the National Confectionery Industry Association as an “answer day” to the traditional celebration of Valentine’s Day on February the 14th. It was based on the theory on that men should pay back the women who gave them chocolate and other gifts on Valentine’s Day. In 1977, a Fukuoka-based confectionery company, Ishimuramanseido, marketed marshmallows to men on March 14, calling it Marshmallow Day.Soon after, other confectionery companies began marketing white chocolate. Today, men give both white…

postheadericon How to Select All Occasion Gift Wrapping Supplies

How to Select All Occasion Gift Wrapping Supplies

For no-fuss gift wrapping, selecting materials that will fit a variety of occasions is a good way to go. Here are some suggestions to help you out. Steps 1 Choose wrapping paper in a pleasing, but neutral colour. For example, choosing patterned paper might be appropriate for a number of gift recipients, but not all of them. White paper with bright little flowers might be good for wedding gifts or any gift to female recipients, but not necessarily for a retirement gift to a male in his late 60s. Choosing…

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How to See What Santa Got You Before Gift Opening Time

Have you ever been so excited for Christmas that you couldn’t even get to sleep? If yes, Don’t just sit around all night doing nothing. Here’s something fun to do before Christmas morning. Steps 1 The set up: Put on your pajamas, and leave several key nighttime bed things, such as a glass of water or a blanket, not with you. When you get up in the night, if anyone should see you, you can say you are getting this item. Leave your door cracked when you go to bed,…

postheadericon How to See if Santa Is Real

How to See if Santa Is Real

Curiosity is part of what makes human beings so inventive and capable. Having an inquiring mind is a way of discovering what’s real in the world and what’s potentially unsubstantiated. If you want to find out whether or not Santa is real, do a little detective work and treat this as one of your first true science experiments at home. Steps 1 Write Santa a letter. Be sure to send it on time, he receives and sends post like all other earthbound entities and he might get held up in…

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How to Scare Your Family with Ghosts

Want to get revenge and terrify your parents and family? Want to see how the family reacts to having ghosts in the house? Or maybe you just want your own bundle of laughs? Well in that case, fun can be made from hilariously easy and unbelievably spooky tricks. A ghost will be in your house all because of you. This article has been tagged as a stub. That means it’s off to a good start, but still has room to grow into a more helpful resource. Until the article reaches…