Monthly Archives: November 2008

Guide to Holiday Letter Writing Part 5

Stock Up Now to Save Money Next Year Take advantage of holiday sales and online overstocks toward the end of December so you’ll be all set for next season. Check out American Stationery’s adorable collection of Halloween Cards, Thanksgiving Cards, … Continue reading

Guide to Holiday Letter Writing Part 4

Holiday Photo Cards Try placing a professional or candid photo of you and your family inside the folded note you’ve written, It will be a fun surprise to the reader, and a loose photo is something more people will be … Continue reading

Guide to Holiday Letter Writing Part 3

Holiday Cards For All Seasons Christmas and Hanukah cards are definitely traditionally the biggest sellers, so why not break from the crowd and start a tradition of your own? Consider sending one of the following options to save you time … Continue reading

Guide to Holiday Letter Writing Part 2

Write Handwritten Holiday Letters to Save Money Photo cards and other Holiday stationery can cost at least a few dollars a pop, not including envelopes and postage. By stocking up on plain stationery or personalized stationery and making it your … Continue reading

Guide to Holiday Letter Writing Part 1

‘Tis the season to save! This year, more than ever, American families are searching for creative ways to save money without sacrificing the joy and tradition of the Holidays. American Stationery wants to help. Over the next week, we will share a … Continue reading

Everyday Etiquette – Party Attire Wording

Question: Is it still appropriate to put the dress attire on invitations such as "Business Casual/Holiday Attire." I still see it on black tie events, but have not noticed attire being mentioned on most. Thank you,Debra The Everyday Etiquette Answer: … Continue reading