Here it is just a few days past Halloween, and I'm thinking about Christmas. I'm thinking about my Christmas card and how I never sent one out last year. It was well thought out, nice design and all, but there was that thing called resolution. The card looked great on the computer screen. However, when I printed it out, it was blurry and pixelated. Now, I've been instructed on how to correct this issue more than once. Unfortunately, my brain has decided that it doesn't want to maintain these instructions, and all is forgotten once the project is done. Because of this, when it came time to print my 2009 Christmas cards (4 days before Christmas) and I realized that my technical difficulties were more than what I wanted to stress out over (4 days before Christmas), I decided not to send a card at all. Instead, I think I sent it via email to a small group of friends and family. Since making that decision to forego sending Christmas cards, the wheels have been turning (slowly) as a I have considered (sporatically) how to redeem myself in the wake of last years failed mailing.
At this point I am wondering...should I try going digital once again or opt for one-of-kind handmade?
Either way, I'd better start them now.