There are no rules for how many, really. Send as few or as many as you please. Postage is a hardship for some, so they choose a few to send to; others send to everyone on the list. The point is to enjoy sending and receiving them!Any tips for sending out cards? It's my first year participating. How many cards does everyone send out?
That is understandable. I like getting mail from other countries too. I'll just have to wait and see what the budget is like.In previous years, the number of international stamps I had to buy was like 13-14 maybe, so I would always go ahead and send them to all the international addresses even though they cost a little more than a dollar apiece. I think it's super awesome to receive cards from other countries. I love it personally so if I can do that for someone else, I will.
No worries there! I just love to do this and see the card doors getting more and more like favourite doors in the house! Thank you for sending to this side of the pond as well!I think i got in over my head this year....i signed up for all of here..everyone..then i have my actual family,,friends,,penlpals...my facebook CT friends...and THE ANGEL PROJECT and our program too...i think its heading over 200 people or more.....i spent a ton on stamps...and still need more..i think next year ill stick to one...hahaha i didnt realize the international ones are way exspensive...i feel bad for all yall over seas who have to buy for all us USA peeps....but ill be happy to recieve lots of cards i hope...
Oh wow! Now there are some special stamps!I found some old stamps today, which works out perfectly for international cards, because I can use 1 old stamp and 1 current local stamp to make the right amount needed to send a card abroad. They are 2010 Vancouver Olympic stamps but I only have 5