View Full Version : Are Christmas cards a thing of the past

03-18-2017, 09:57 AM
I would like to hear if you guys have been noticing the past few years their are a huge decline in family and friends receiving christmas cards...Is it getting to the stage that sending christmas cards are a thing of the past.:elf2:

03-18-2017, 07:06 PM
Yes it's been declining for the last 15 years. I used to receive cards from almost everyone I sent to. Now I get about 45 to 50 cards and send about 65 - down from a high of 110! It really makes me sad, but i have been eliminating people from my list once I go 3 years without receiving a card in return. There are several people I've noticed who send cards every other year. Miss it terribly!

03-20-2017, 02:49 PM
This is a tradition that's unfortunately fading away fast. We still send out around 85-90, and we usually receive about 50.

06-15-2017, 04:31 AM
Yes. Between my family and friends I send out about 50-60 and I only get back between 40-50.. So those who don't send back 2 years in a row, I stop sending starting the 3rd year. It tells me they just are not interested. and I'm ok with that.

03-21-2018, 03:07 PM
I'm sure that with all the instant cards and greetings that can be sent and obtained over cell phones, the old fashioned greeting card exchange is dying some. But I enjoy sending them and receiving them (the sending is the best part). I always keep six of my favorite cards received and place them in a frame I have set aside for just that purpose. They remain until the following year.
And hey... nothing from stopping us in 2018!!! :candycane1: