Over the past decade the internet has taken over almost everything from a minor conversation to huge financial transactions, internet is every where. Good were the days when letters were written across seven seas and it took weeks, if not months, for them to reach their destinations. The longing and the intrinsic value of the letter was invaluable, it still is but it’s being rarely done now. The email took over it the letter, email is fast, convenient and reaches its destination in the blink of an eye and you get the reply straight away.
The same goes for Occasional greeting cards, on which we used to spend hours selecting and choosing different greeting cards to each different relations. Ranging from greeting cards for fathers to greeting cards for teachers. The charm of posting a greeting card to receiving it and then pasting it on the dressing table’s mirror or inside the wardrobe or on the main mantle shelf for a whole year had its own charm. These charms have been taken over by online greeting cards. Now people go to the internet, select a card and then just mail it. The recipient opens the email, sees the card and then done! That’s it.
When the world is moving at such a fast pace and there is little time for us to send greetings to our loved ones. The greetings sent with some effort are still valued more than anything. Even if someone wants to send over a greeting and pour their effort to show their love needs creativity and time. Creativity demands time and this is what we all lack these days. So we go for some faster solutions. We choose from readymade handmade greeting cards. But this is something not to worry a lot about. This is exactly what we aim this year, giving our audience creative ideas of making handmade Christmas greeting cards which could be easily made at home.