Add a bunch of text. You could describe what the kids are up to, vacations you took, set backs, promotions, reunion info, fun family trivia, links to other sites or pages to check out.
[Insert Fun Headline]
The best holiday letters tend to be short and to the point summaries of the major things that happened during the year. In the online format, you can add links to pictures or pages of the people or subjects you are referring to, which is a fun way to dive deeper into the letter for those that are interested..
Be sure to replace the text here or you will end up with a really boring holiday letter. You could describe what the kids are up to, vacations you took, set backs, promotions, reunion info, fun family trivia, links to other sites or pages to check out.
Don't be afraid to use images. They really liven up your letter. You can even embed slideshows (first build a gallery in the photo section) or videos directly into your newsletter as well.
If you left or right align the image, the text will wrap around the image automatically.
[Insert Another Fun Headline]
Another great thing about using the web is that you can get comments on your letter if you like. You'll notice below that there are threads (like comments) that people can start, or you could pre-post a thread in your discussion forum and ask for people to comment via a link you add to the thread.
[Title for Picture Here]
Highlights of the year:
Jimmy turns 2
No more election
Don't forget to "sign" your names at the bottom of the letter.