This year might just be the perfect one for sending holiday cards. Since we can’t see our friends and extended family in person this year, a card that lets someone know you’re thinking of them can really brighten their day!
Normally, I host Crafternoon programs to let patrons make their own cards at the library; but this year, video will have to do! This video teaches you how to make embroidered snowflake cards. You’ll need this template – download and print or you can have us print it and request the print with your curbside pickup.
Not sure what to write once you’ve made your cards? Here are some ideas:
- Thank someone for being in your life. Think about how this person has been important to you and tell them. How does this person make your life better? How have they helped you? Have they inspired you? How are you grateful for them?
- Reminisce about holiday memories that you shared with the person;
- Acknowledge how difficult this year has been and offer hope for future get-togethers;
- Just tell them you’re thinking of them.