Christmas Card Exchange is back


So.  Who wants some snail mail for Christmas?

As you might recall, we actually celebrate Christmas Eve in Germany as opposed to Christmas Day (although the 25th and 26th are official holidays in Germany and they’re usually spend with family as well), which means I have exactly a month to get all my Christmas mail on the way delivered to all those lovely people strewn around the globe.

So, in case you are a relatively new reader around these parts, I quickly want to give you the run down on what this Christmas Card Exchange that I keep bringing up is all about. For a few years now, I’ve been exchanging Christmas cards with some of my blog friends. It’s become somewhat of an annual tradition by now.

It’s basically just a little way to give back to each and every one of you lovely people that I’ve met through this blog. I think it’s one of the nicest things to do to put a handwritten card in someone’s mailbox – especially around Christmas time.

“So, how does it work?”, you ask.

Well, it’s simple. If you want to participate, all you have to do is fill out this form below and, bam, you’ll get a Christmas Card from me in the mail. Just like that. (If you think that you’ll be getting a card from me anyway, because I’ve sent you cards in the past and you don’t think you have to fill out this form, please reconsider in case your address has changed in the last year!)

You can, of course, also send me a card in return, if you’re so inclined, but this is by no means a requirement.


I can’t wait to put all the envelopes in the mail!

  1. Done! May I ask for your address in return? I love sending out cards :)

  2. This is such a great idea! Ditto asking for your address too – I’d love to send you a card!
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  3. i love the snail mail pic :-) so cute

  4. Super cute!! I’m really behind in my mail, but I love this idea. Thanks San! :)
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  5. I love Christmas card exchanges! Can I have your address too? :D

  6. You already have my address but I typed it in again! And guess what, I ordered Christmas cards the other day. You’ll have mail from TX soon! :)
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  7. I took part last year but we are moving this weekend so I send you my new one. I have your address and if I get around to sending cards sometime inbetween unpacking boxes and decorating our new home you will get one too…

  8. I love this idea! I’m definitely going to put a post similar to send out cards, as well. (I’ll link to you!)
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  9. I applaud you doing this, though I usually don’t keep cards.
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  10. I’ve signed up even though I know you have my current address. ;) I also have your address as well.

  11. Love this! I signed up. Please email your address so I can send you one as well.

  12. This is a good idea. :) I would love one, and would love to send you one as well. I think I might do the same thing on my blog.
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  13. i’d rather have you here for christmas than a card. oh wait, i WILL have you here for christmas. YAY! <3
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  14. Aw, what a sweet idea! If I can find some cute Christmas cards to send, you will definitely be getting one! If not, I’ll send you a random cute card that I got from Etsy, haha!
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  15. Done! Yay! I love getting Christmas cards in the mail!
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