Dec. 20th, 2007
I was trolling around on Holidailies at Home, and I found somebody talking about how there's a hierarchy for who gets the handmade cards they send. I suspected that this was how it works. The higher up the family-and-friends ladder you are, the more likely you are to get a handmade card from your loved one. I mean, nobody really makes enough to send to everybody! (Well, I'm sure there's some crazy Martha-Stewart-wannabe somewhere who does, but the fact is that most people who make homemade cards only make a few.) I have only gotten a few handmade cards ever (in the last few years since making cards has become a mini-trend and then maybe lately a full-fledged trend, that is) and I have yet to get one from my co-workers who have been going to monthly cardmaking parties for a couple of years now.