You've probably counted the weeks until Christmas, realizing that by the time Halloween and Thanksgiving come, Christmas will arrive in a flash. If that's the case, you are more than likely already shopping for Christmas present, or at least you are probably making out your Christmas list so that you can begin the process of picking the perfect gift for each person on your list. Do you send a Christmas letter with your Christmas cards? If so, you probably remember standing in line to have your letter printed somewhere like an office supply store. You also probably remember how much money you spent when you bought quality Christmas cards. From designing your own cards this Christmas to buying a copier, here are some ideas that might help you.
Start With Buying An At-home Printer - If you have decided to design your own Christmas cards this year, you'll be really glad that you bought an at-home copier. When you select the copier, choose one that does color copying. By doing so, the machine will capture the exact color you have used in the design of your Christmas card. Think of buying a copier that does double-sided copying too. That will be especially helpful if your Christmas letter is a long one. Won't it be nice to send just a one-page letter instead of two? The clerk at the place where you buy your copier will help you to decide on exactly which one will fit your needs. The same store will probably also carry compact tables on which you can place your new copier. Check out stores that are having copier sales to get a better deal.
Create Your Design - Of course, if you are a gifted artist, you probably already have decided what to create for your Christmas card. If not, consider doing something super simple, yet clever. For example, do a stick figure of a reindeer and put real rhinestones on its antlers. The message might say something like, Have a DEAR Holiday Season! You could even draw a happy face in black and then give it rosy pink cheeks and a bright red Santa hat. The color copier you purchased will match the pink and red you selected for the design perfectly. The caption to go with your Santa happy face might say something like, Have A Very Jolly Christmas And A Happy New Year! Think of adding a simple green and red holly design at the top of your Christmas letter. Again, the copier will reproduce the colors on your Christmas letter