Darlene Grob says Christmas cards are definitely not outdated.
Darlene Grob says Christmas cards are definitely not outdated. Georja Ryan

Card crafter plugs cause

SOME find their place upon the dining room cabinet or kitchen bench and some end up at the bottom of a rubbish bin or become kindling.

But are Christmas cards still relevant or just a waste? Are the days of tearing open envelopes a thing of the past and old-fashioned?

Card crafter Darlene Grob thinks not.

"There is definitely still a place for handmade cards," Mrs Grob said.

"I think there has been a technology change with e-cards and emails, but as card crafters, it's a way to express our own sentiment."

Terry-Anne Kalms of Warwick said while she wasn't one to send Christmas cards, she did use another medium to show her love at this time of year.

"I usually put a post on Facebook instead of sending cards," she said.



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