Share your Blessings with the Lumad and Others in Need with these Christmas Cards
Interior designer Michelle Dumlao Pastoral reminds us to spread cheer and help others
In this digital age, when most people often communicate through text messages, messaging apps, social media networks, and e-mails, there is a certain charm in sending and receiving handwritten letters! Handwritten letters are intimate and personal; and, since one spends time to write down his thoughts, feelings, and well wishes, there is a conscious effort to invite the letter recipient to be a constant presence in the letter sender's life.
If you would like to express your love for family and friends and help our brothers and sisters in need this Christmas, you should check out these cards made by local artists and organizations:
More on Realliving.com.ph
This 28sqm Studio Unit in Bacolod is Perfect for Staycations
Make Your Home Smell Like a Fancy Hotel for Less Than P700!
10 Things You Need to Clean to Avoid a Stinky Home
5 Organizing Ideas We Can Learn from this Family Home in San Juan
Amoy Kulob at Mabaho? Here Are Ways to Keep Your Home Smelling Fresh
Those School Buildings We Grew Up With Are Called Gabaldons
Which One is Best for Your Home: A Diffuser or A Humidifier?
6 Convincing Reasons Why It's Better to Rent Than Buy a Home
9 Affordable Ways to Give Your Kitchen Cabinets a Makeover
Get inspiring design ideas and handy hints.
Subscribe to our newsletter now!