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Aphonic’s Bookish Christmas Card Project


Christmas is coming!

Soon, Christmas will be upon us and I’m so excited! Christmas is a big deal in my house. I love having all of my girls together, celebrating the season and indulging in some wonderful Christmas movies!

This year, for some people, Christmas might not be as happy and cheerful as it should be. I know A LOT is going on in the world, and a lot of people are scared. Our world seems to be in chaos lately and it breaks my heart to see so many of my friends and followers on Twitter dealing with so much.

That is why I have started this project! I’m horrible with names, which is why I’m calling this ‘Aphonic’s Christmas Card Project!’

If we’re friends on Twitter, or in general, I want to send you a Christmas card! YES, YOU! It doesn’t matter where in the world you are, I want to snail mail you a beautiful card.

Why would I do that? Well, I personally love getting mail. Getting a hand written letter or card in the mail makes me smile, and it makes me feel good. My hope is to bring some happiness and cheer to some of you this holiday season.

Want to join in and send a card to other people taking part in this project? You can do that as well! Simply fill out the Google Document provided with your information. You can choose to send cards to everyone who joins in, to just some people, or you can just grab one from me. 🙂 Either way, everyone who puts in their information will receive a card from me, and maybe some others as well!

My hope is to spread some smiles and happiness this holiday season! Sometimes when things seem dull and gray, a simple act can remind us that there is still good in the world.

Sign up to take part or receive a card HERE.



Sarah LeBlanc

★ Borderline battler ★ Bookish lover ★ Hunger Games fanatic ★ Jodi Meadows Fangirl ★ Raising Awareness of Mental Health and BPD ★

  • Maggie

    What a wonderful idea! 😀

    November 18, 2016 at 1:56 pm Reply
  • Eli @ The Silver Words

    That’s amazing! This sounds like the cutest idea, and thanks for spreading bookish cheer this season. Best of luck with your Christmas card project! I hope you have fun in the process and that you continue it onto next year ^-^

    – Eli @ The Silver Words

    December 23, 2016 at 2:59 am Reply
  • Emmah

    Are you doing this again this year?

    November 9, 2017 at 8:32 pm Reply

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