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    • Yeah that's tacky and obviously cheap -- Votes: 2
    • No it would be cute -- Votes: 8
Christmas cards Dean Winchester 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Alaska 16777 posts
3rd Dec '12

The family and I never got a chance to get family christmas photos done this year not do we have the money.... So I'm stucj on what to do for cards this year. I have a box half full... And limited funds. Would it be tacky to send homemade cards made by my 3 year old? Mainly just to family and a few close friends...I have tons of art supplies and left over envelops from my wedding invites, so id just have postage to pay for.... Tacky or not?




Sorry for misspellings my phone is dumb. it keeps moving where it types..



Oh and I'm out of ink..... So that's out of the picture :(

loves E.A.S.E.C Due June 5; 5 kids; 3 angel babies; United Kingdom 1558 posts
3rd Dec '12

i send my parents and my sisters and brothers home made cards my my daughter and my son will be helping

castaway 2 kids; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 19301 posts
status 3rd Dec '12

I don't think that's tacky at all. My favorite card last year was from a friend who had her daughter dip her feet in brown paint and left her feet prints on the card paper, then she drew a reindeer head underneath them so the feet were antlers :)



(Her daughter was just a month short of turning 3 by the way)



Do something sweet like that and your daughter will have fun and everyone will love it.

lynnsaymarie Due June 26; 1 child; 1 angel baby; Western, NY, United States 3935 posts
status 3rd Dec '12

I absolutely love receiving homemade drawings and such from my niece!

Dean Winchester 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Alaska 16777 posts
3rd Dec '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting pilot Jess:</b>" I don't think that's tacky at all. My favorite card last year was from a friend who had her daughter ... [snip!] ... a month short of turning 3 by the way) Do something sweet like that and your daughter will have fun and everyone will love it."</blockquote>




That was the plan :) and trees and santas that way