This was our main one-the card was navy blue with a silver town of Bethlehem embossed on it. I had bought them on clearance around last Christmas, and was excited that the stamps released last year matched, but when I went to buy them around the first of the year they were gone, so I had to buy press sheets and cut it apart.
This one I used a different stamp for the same card. This card is one my sister and I mail to the widow of our childhood mailman. We were homeschooled, so were always home when the mail came, and when we'd see him coming down the road my mom would let us run out to wait (safely off the road) for him to come and he'd hand the mail to my sister and I. He retired, and we grew up, but we reconnected a few years ago at the funeral of another mailman who went to church with us-we posed for a photo. He said ours was the only house he'd hope for junk mail at, so he'd have something to hand to each of us. We started sending him Christmas cards with a little note/letter updating him on our lives, and after he died, we continue to send them to her. I thought the stamp was great as it matched the card and was also mail themed which was perfect for how we knew her.
I think between the cards our family mailed, our family sent through our church to homebound members, and the ones I helped my grandmother send I can account for over 100 cards! So fun!!!
The name “Smiles Sent Saturday” denotes my hope these things I mailed made the people who got them smile.