Christmas Card Record Book Large Print with 10 Year Tracker 8.5 x 11 in

Christmas Card Record Book: Christmas Card Address Book and Organizer | Large Print 10 Year Tracker | 8.5” x 11” Inches

The Christmas Card Record Book is Big…very BIG! The published font is 16 point, so it makes it easy to read. Coupled with the 8.5 inch width and 11 inch height makes it easy to write in. Perfect for those who have had enough of small books and small print!

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  • Genre – Christmas | Log Books | Large Print | Address
  • Book Size – 8.5 inches x 11 inches
  • Name, Address, Email, Phone, Cards Sent & Received
  • Alphabetical
  • 10 Year Record
  • Print – White Paper with Black Type
  • Cover – Bright White, Red Christmas Tree
  • Total Pages – 160

Never Forget to Post a Christmas Card Again!

8 Page Example

Address Page Example

As can be seen above, the Xmas Card Record Book has an alphabetically layout with 24 contacts for each letter. Simply write in the name and address of the person you send Christmas cards to and tick off the year you sent it. 

The Christmas card address book will keep a record of who you sent one to and who reciprocated over a 10 year period.

The Christmas Card Address Book is BIG! It’s 8.5 inches x 11 inches and published with 16 point Font, which makes things a lot easier to read and write in!

Christmas Card Record Book Started Here!

The history of the Christmas card is fascinating when you consider, in 1843, Sir Henry Cole simply wanted to write a quick note to a friend at Christmas time. It went viral (if the word even existed back then!) and we now send over 1.6 BILLION Christmas cards every season.

The tradition was later brought to America by Louis Prang in 1875 whilst visiting Boston.  The whole Christmas Card thing is still very popular, even though the Internet is able to send Christmas eCards to its billions of users for free. Which just goes to show, this tradition is kept alive by the great folk of the world refusing to take away the festively tactile experience of gifting Christmas cards.