By Ren Cooper, Marketing Assistant
On Saturday, December 10th, the National Postal Museum hosted its Annual Holiday Card Workshop. The museum was packed with participants of all ages who spent the day creating unique holiday greetings for their friends and families. We'd like to share with you some of our favorite photos from the day!
Enthusiastic visitors, ready to go, arrive at the Welcome Station.
The museum provided a few samples (we love making holiday cards, too!).
Perhaps even more challenging than the actual card-making is choosing which supplies to use!
Thoughtful selections are made from various stations set up throughout the Atrium.
It can be difficult to make a decision with so many options!
After settling in, participants set to work!
Museum staff and volunteers agree that this is one of our favorite days at the National Postal Museum!
Trivia for a quick break between cards!
We love to see the museum full of visitors and holiday cheer!
The museum is grateful to its amazing volunteers who make this wonderful tradition possible year after year. And thanks to everyone who joined us! We had a great day with you and were so impressed with your creations!
You are all invited to our Valentine’s Day Card Workshop on Saturday, February 11th, so mark your calendars! We hope to see you there!
All photos by Motoko Hioki.