yes, i did, and they were awesome! I am sorry i haven't been on here..we are in the process of getting my special needs 26 year old daughter into a group home and there is so much paperwork, and stuff to do.
thank you for your cards and i know the kids will love them! i appreciate you so much!
i think this is the group iwant to join. i have a ton of cards to send out right away and since i can't stop making cards, and don't have that many people to send out to you may be just what i need.
I'm going to write you via snail mail for more details.
If you go to the USPS website you can use their calculate price tool to determine prices. A large flat rate priority box costs $16.85.
In my particular case (when I put in the respective zipcodes) I find that I can send an 8 lbs package to Rhonda for $15.66. 200 cards weigh significantly less then 8 lbs so in my case its cheaper to NOT use a flat rate box. In fact last year they weighed just under 3 lbs and cost me only $8.71 to send by priority mail in my own box. I do print postage labels online and that saved me about $1.25 so if you were walking in to the PO it would cost you close to $10 instead. Still cheaper then the flat rate. If the cards you make are all flat and are on the small side (mine often have flowers or 3D stickers) you might be able to use a medium box (I couldn't) but that would still run $12.35.
Of course these are the rates from my area. The rates from yours are probably different since postal rates ARE geographically based for packages.