Posts Tagged ‘seasonal ecard’

Dreaming of a Green Christmas

Monday, October 28th, 2013

Here at Katie’s Cards, we care about the environment and know that there’s just under five weeks until the Christmas season is in fully fledged festivity mode. So, we’ve got some tips on how to make your Christmas a truly green one whilst also reducing the budget.

  • For a cheap and recyclable solution to your Christmas tree decoration’s, painted egg shells are ideal. Make a hole in the top of the egg, empty the contents and give it a wash. Then you can paint your egg shell however you like and alas you’ve got yourself a home made Eco friendly solution!

    Painted Eggs, courtesy of http://tinyurl.com/oht3lqc

  • Next on our top tips, pine cones! Pine cones are another wonderful and natural resource to add an Eco friendly seasonal feel to your home. You can paint them, cover them in glitter, stick sequins to them, pretty much do whatever you like! Then simply attach a string.

Beautiful Pine Cone Decorations Courtesy of http://tinyurl.com/nd23ufe

 

We’ve found some ways for you to create Eco friendly Christmas decorations that will also bring some fun to your household. In the countdown to Christmas we will be giving more tips! Also, here is a Christmas ecard from our collection you might like. You can find and send this ecard by clicking here. Look at our Pinterest for more Christmas ideas.

 

Share Your Appreciation This Thanksgiving

Friday, October 18th, 2013

We have a range of 9 Thanksgiving cards that are the perfect way to show everyone you care.

Katie's Cards turkey ecard

Thanksgiving Turkey Ecard

 

This wonderful animated ecard is one of our Thanksgiving cards that can also be used for Christmas! Its seasonal feel and beautiful design is sure to brighten anyone’s day! We also have a game ecards which bring lots of fun and entertainment!

With less than two weeks to go until Thanksgiving, we thought we’d give you some tips on how to get through the day relatively stress free!

  1. Delegate tasks to all members of the family; give everyone one job to do, it not only gets everyone involved and doing things together, it makes life a lot easier for you!
  2. Preparation: There’s a lot to be said for starting to prepare as early as possible! Imperishable ¬†ingredients bought a couple of weeks in advance will take the stress off when everything else needs buying.
  3. Turkey: The most important part of the meal. Make sure you’ve arranged to get your turkey before hand whether its frozen or fresh!
  4. Decoration and guest list: Ensure you’ve invited everyone and find out what they’ll be bringing with them. Also start preparing your decorations which will add a little magic to your thanksgiving.
  5. Don’t forget to wish everyone a happy thanksgiving!

We also have a couple of fun trivia facts!

  • The average person consumes 4500 calories on thanksgiving and 229 grams of fat
  • Pumpkin pie is the most popular pie for thanksgiving
  • 400 million pounds of cranberry is consumed each year!
  • The average Thanksgiving turkey weighs 16 pounds

Share your Thanksgiving stories with us at Katie’s Cards¬†