Christmas cards are always one of those things that seem to sneak up on you. You think you have plenty of time, and then, suddenly, it’s December 23rd, and you’re scrambling to get them in the mail. To avoid this stressful situation, here are a few tips for making sure your cards arrive in the mail on time:
Send your card early
Well, it goes without saying that the earlier you send your card, the more likely it is to arrive on time. If you can, aim to have your cards in the mail by early December. This will give them plenty of time to make their way through the postal system and arrive at their destination before Christmas.
You also don’t want to wait too long to send your cards. If you wait until the week of Christmas, there’s a good chance they won’t arrive until after the holiday.