You’re still gonna do it, right? Buy adorable cards at your local stationery shop and--in between sips of hot chocolate--fill them with witty handwritten messages to all your friends? Then lick every stamp and drop them in the mail?
No? We didn’t think so.
Easily mark the chore off your holiday to-do list with Postable, a website that sends pretty cards--in envelopes!--via the USPS.
Just upload your address book to the site or use its handy email request system to ask friends to fill in their own deets. Then pick one of Postable’s dozens of fun and tasteful Christmas, Hanukkah and New Year’s card designs. Flat and folded options are available, and yes, you can totally upload that pic of your dog in his reindeer sweater. Compose a personalized message--or just draft a one-size-fits-all missive of cheer. (Cards are $3 each or $2 each if you order more than five, plus the $.49 cent stamps.)
Postable will then address, stuff and stamp those babies for you. And the next time you see the card, it’ll be hanging on your mom’s fridge.