Category: Christmas Card Ideas

These Christmas card ideas will help inspire you photos, text, design trends and more to create the perfect Christmas to send to family and friends. Enjoy the holidays!

If there was ever a year to send out a New Year’s card, this is it! It’s time to leave 2020 in the dust and usher in a shiny new year. 2021, we’ve been waiting for you!

 

So, snap a photo (or five or twelve!) and create a New Year card that boldly declares farewell to 2020 while delivering big laughs. Don’t let the door hit ya on the way out…

1. Our Year

Understatement: 2020 wasn’t your year. But…2021 just might be! This funny New Year photo card will make your loved ones chuckle and has custom color options too.

Featured product: Our Year


2. Up From Here

If you don’t know whether to laugh or cry over 2020, this just might be the perfect New Year card for you. The phrase “things can only go up from here” greets your loved ones in super-cute style. And, the folded format is unique and lets you add tons of fun photos.

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3. Send Wine  

Some might call it a cry for help. You call it your New Year’s card. Who knows, maybe someone will come through and a bottle of pinot will magically appear on your front step! A mom can dream…

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4. Dumpster Fire

Welcome 2021 by commemorating 2020, a real dumpster fire of a year. We’re not responsible for anyone snorting coffee through their nose when they open this card.

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5. Setting the Bar Low

Sigh. If you’re a realist, here’s your holiday card.

Featured products: Setting the Bar Low

 

6. Recall the Year

Why not say good-bye to 2020 with a holiday card with a slight political spin? After all, anything goes this year!

Featured products: Recall the Year

 

Happy New Year, everyone! Bring on 2021!

 

Christmas cards have sure gotten creative recently. Our clever team loves designing unique cards with styles that range from funny to heartwarming. But, every year, we come back to the good ‘ole classic saying – Merry Christmas.

Featured product: Merry Snaps

A photo card that simply says “Merry Christmas” is about as traditional as it comes. But…that doesn’t mean you can’t have fun creating a design that reflects your family’s personal sense of style.

1. Send a Simple Merry Christmas Card  

We’ll begin with a forever-favorite. All you need to create this card is one great photo of your family. If you want to share extras though, you can! The backside has options to add up to six more photos, making this card super versatile and easy to make.

Featured product: Christmas Greeting

 

 2. Send a Unique Merry Christmas Card

If you’re looking for a holiday card with a traditional message, but also want one that’ll stand out from the crowd, we’ve got you covered. Our unique cards are soooo fun to send and receive!

From cards cut into shapes to designs that you can hang from the tree, these are the ones that‘ll surprise and delight.

 

3. Send a Card with Merry Christmas Song Lyrics  

Warning: you’re going to have Christmas carols stuck in your head after reading this…

Sending a card that features a heartfelt Christmas song lyric is a sweet way to share your wishes for a Merry Christmas.

Featured products: Merry Christmas to You


4. Send a Bold, Foil-Stamped Merry Christmas Card
 

To make your Christmas wishes shine extra bright, send a Christmas card that’s foil-stamped in shimmering metallic foil. Our cards are pressed with your choice pretty foil color.

 


5. Send a Card with Nature-Inspired Details

Nature and Christmas go hand-in-hand, so it’s no wonder that these designs are some of our most popular. From rustic details to flourishing holiday flowers, our nature-inspired Christmas cards bring together gorgeous design and your own beautiful family.

 

Featured products: Botanical Glow, Christmas Spirit

 

6. Send a Playful, Whimsical Design

If you’re wanting to send a card that’s playful, cute and full of whimsy, choose a card with a bright color palette. Think cherry red, kelly, aqua and even pink!

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Merry Christmas to everyone and happy card creating!

Another year, gone in a blink and once again, it’s time to celebrate Hanukkah. This year, delight your friends and family by sharing family photos on a Hanukkah card that’s perfectly personalized just for you.

Our newest Hanukkah cards are beautifully modern, full of custom details and star the cutest family around – yours!

Shine Bright (Literally!)

You’ll notice a theme of light, love and peace on so many of our newest card designs. Our foil Hanukkah cards are stunningly gorgeous and available in traditional metallic colors like gold and silver, but also can be customized in three different shades of blue. Cobalt, cerulean or teal – it’s impossible to go wrong when choosing one of these foil colors.

 

Pure Simplicity

If simple (and easy!) appeals to you, you’ll love this simple Hanukkah card. Add your photo, write a message to your loved ones and you’ve created a one-of-a-kind card that’s simple, but bursting with style.

 

Happy Chrismukkah

We’ve had so many requests for Chrismukkah cards! Whether your family celebrates Hanukkah and Christmas, or you’re looking for an inclusive (and funny!) cards, this Chrismukkah card is the one for you!

 

Packed with Photos

Everyone loves receiving a Hanukkah card that’s packed with photographs. Share snapshots off your camera roll, or create a picture-perfect card by using images from your family photoshoot. Our folding Hanukkah cards are perfect for packing in a million photos.

 

Modern Tradition

If you’re looking to honor tradition, but want modern style, this menorah Hanukkah card is our top choice. The menorah illustration, sweet message and your photos come together in perfect harmony.

 

 

Featured cards:

Peace Love Light – Foil Hanukkah Card

Holiday Light – Foil Hanukkah Card

Hanukkah Greeting – Hanukkah Card

Happy Chrismukkah – Christmas Card

Hanukkah Wishes – Hanukkah Card

Menorah – Hanukkah Card

 

 

The holiday season is soooo busy. The hustle and bustle is r-e-a-l.

From gift giving to office holiday parties to school Christmas programs…sigh. The list goes on and on. Don’t get me wrong, I love it all! But, it does often feel like this – the season of love, joy and togetherness – is also the season of total disconnection.

I want to see all my loved ones and really connect with each and every family member and friend. But, it’s often hard to find the time. That’s why during this busy season of life, I make it a point to create a family Christmas card that’s personal, unique and lets me share my family in a genuine and heartfelt way.

After all, who doesn’t love getting a beautiful Christmas card in the mail? It’s so much more personal than a social media post or text message. My holiday motto: long live the Christmas card!

There is, however, an art to creating a unique and personal Christmas card. Here are my best tips making a holiday greeting that makes each recipient feel the love…

1. Include Photos From Your Year

I often hear from friends that creating a picture-perfect Christmas card is overwhelming. They don’t have time for a family photoshoot and the thought of getting all the kids dressed and smiling for the camera sounds impossible.

The answer to this dilemma lies on your camera roll. Don’t take special photos just for your Christmas card. Instead, choose candid pictures from throughout the year and upload them to a collage-style card. I adore these cards because they’re basically a scrapbook of your year.

2. Share a Joyful Message

Kind words can make even the biggest holiday Grinch feeling the Christmas spirit. A lot of our cards have room for you to type a custom message of your own, but if you’re not feeling creative, we’ve got your back.

Our collection of Christmas cards with quotes and heartfelt sayings are absolutely beautiful. With phrases like “believe in the magic of Christmas” and “treasure the moments”, you’re sure to find a card that fits your family.

3. Send a Christmas Card That Can be Displayed

Fact: I love displaying Christmas cards. And I LOVE creating a Christmas card that’s unique and lets my friends and family display it in a fun way.

My favorite types of unique formats to give and receive are:

Trifold Christmas Cards

These fun cards have three panels that fold and stand up on their own for easy, adorable displaying.

Ornament Christmas Cards

Paper ornaments cards can be displayed year after year. I love the idea of making these cards an annual tradition to create an entire collection for your family.

Hanging Christmas Cards

These are similar to ornament cards, but a bit larger. They are so cute hanging from doorknobs or coat hooks!

 

4. Share Your Family Photoshoot

Okay, yes…I know I sang the praises of candid photos in my #1 tip, however I do LOVE a beautifully styled family photoshoot. If you spent the time and money (and tears, I’m a mom too and know there were tears), then show off those gorgeous photos!

 

5. Write a Christmas Letter

There’s nothing quite like getting a Christmas card that includes a thoughtful letter. If you want to write your own, but feel overwhelmed, we have lots of examples of what to include in your Christmas letter.

My best tips to writing a genuine letter is to touch on:

  • Life Changes: If you’ve moved, had a job change or welcomed a new family member, share it!
  • The Little Things: Everyone will love hearing about life’s small moments too. Did you learn to make the world’s best chocolate cake from scratch? Tell everyone! Did your child give themselves a home haircut? Include that too; you’ll get bonus points for keeping it real.
  • Even the Hard Things: Understatement of the year: life isn’t easy. Don’t feel like you have to bright-side your holiday letter. Sharing struggles – job loss, illness and even the death of a family member – is appropriate if it feels right for you.

We have examples of how to write about big life events, good and not-so-good, as well.

 

6. Share Your News (Big and Small!)

If writing an entire holiday letter seems daunting, no worries. Instead of penning a whole recap, add in small snippets of your year. Choosing a Christmas card that has room for quick updates is fun and easy to customize.

Newsletter Christmas cards have room for photos and room for a sentence or two spread throughout the design. So cute, right?!

Here are my favorite ideas of things to include in your family newsletter:

  • School Recap: Include the grades your children are in and mention their favorite (and even least-favorite!) subjects.
  • Sports: Have a family full of little athletes? This is the place to brag about it.
  • Milestones: From baby’s first steps to your teenager’s first time behind the wheel.
  • Birthdays & Ages: It’s up to you if you want to include the adults too!
  • Vacations: Share your vacation photos and any tidbits about your adventure.
  • Future Plans: Have anything big planned in the New Year? Tell everyone about it!

Merry Christmas, all!

 

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Rustic Glow
Christmas Tree Snaps
Hold onto the Magic
Christmas is our Favorite
Modern Greens
Wonderful World
By the Numbers

 

It’s that time of year again…are you ready to create your family Christmas card? If you’re not sure exactly what to say, consider using a quote. From humor to heartwarming, these are the holiday card quotes we love the most!


Sweet Quotes for Family Christmas Cards

“The Simplest Things Bring the Greatest Joy”

If you missed the family photo shoot this year, don’t worry! A candid photograph of your family doing an everyday activity like playing outside or baking cookies is sometimes even sweeter. Pair your snapshot with this heartfelt quote to create an aww-worthy card.


“Hold On To The Magic”

This is a great quote for families who have small children. It’ll remind your friends and family about the joy that the holiday season bring us all.


“Together is Our Favorite Place to Be”

Family life is busy, but when you’re together, it’s the best! This family quote is one of our most popular for photo holiday cards. Add a photo of the entire family to create a Christmas card that’ll put a smile on everyone’s face.


Religious Quotes for Christmas Cards

“Let Every Heart Prepare Him Room”

We love this unexpected quote on religious Christmas cards. It’s so much more than a quote too – part bible verse and part Christmas hymn, this phrase will stir emotion in each recipient.


“Glory to God”

This religious holiday quote is so simple, it’s perfect.

“Let Heaven and Nature Sing”

Name that song! Send your religious Christmas card with this quote and everyone will be humming the tune all day long.


Funny Quotes for Christmas Cards

“The Nice List is Overrated”

This funny quote is best used on Christmas cards for families who have small children. All you need is a few mischievous smile to complete the look.

“Obligatory Christmas Card”

If sarcasm is more your speed, this funny quote will get a few chuckles!

“All is NOT Calm”

All is calm…all is bright. Does that quote make you shake your head? If you’ve got a bustling family that’s anything but calm, this holiday card quote just might be a winner!

 

Traditional Quotes for Christmas Cards

“What a Wonderful World”

A beautiful message to spread, especially during the chaos of the holiday season.

“May Your Days be Merry and Bright!”

This cheerful quote is a forever classic! Create a card with a bright and whimsical color palette to complement this happy phrase.

“Christmas Blessings”

This versatile phrase can be used in so many ways. Pair it with your photo, use it as a header on your Christmas letter or a simple closing with your family name underneath.

 

Featured Cards:
Greatest Joy – Trifold Christmas Card
Prepare Him Room – Trifold Christmas Card
Nice is Overrated – Christmas Card
What a Wonderful World – Ribbon Booklet Christmas Card

There’s no place like home for the holidays, and no one knows this better than realtors. If you’re a real estate professional, sending a Christmas card is a must! Not only will your clients and business partners love receiving a card in the mail, but it’s a great way to network and remind everyone you’re ready to buy and sell in the New Year!

Our newest collection of Christmas cards for realtors is so fun, the only hard part is choosing which design to send. What you might love most is that you can customize them yourself with tons of options, making them totally one-of-a-kind:

Add Your Business Logo

Yes! You can add your own logo to your Christmas card! Simply upload your file while personalizing your design.

Change the Colors

Want your holiday card to match your branding? Go for it!

Share Photos of Your Team

Most of our realtor holiday cards have options that allow you to customize the backside with a photo, or series of several photos.

 

5 Best Christmas Cards for Realtors

1. There’s Gnome Place Like Home

Seriously – how cute is this gnome-themed Christmas card?! The little gnomes, plus that clever phrase. It’s sure to spread cheer from mailbox to mailbox.

 

2. Home For The Holidays

It’s our favorite holiday saying, because it’s true…especially for your clients who have a brand-new home this year! This house-themed Christmas card brings winter style and will warm the heart of each recipient.

 

3. Home is Where the Heart Is

Can I get a collection “awwwww”? There’s no place like home and this sweet holiday card, with its twinkling night sky, is a perfect choice for real estate professionals and brokers.

 

4. We are Grateful

Your customers are everything to your business – express your gratitude with this beautiful gratitude-themed Christmas card.

 

5. Realtor Photo Card

Your team is the face of your business (literally!) so putting them front and center on your Christmas card is a fantastic idea. This photo Christmas card is ideal for realtors, agents and brokers alike.

 

‘Tis the season for mailboxes to be stuffed with Christmas cards (yay!). If you’re stuck on how to personalize your card with just the right words, we’re here with inspiration. Whether you want to pen an entire Christmas letter, or simply add a festive phrase, our custom Christmas cards give you the ability to customize to your heart’s delight.

Use one of these 25 sayings and phrases to add a touch of magic and spread Christmas cheer from coast to coast.

1. Love + Light

We love all the variations of the peace-inspired phrase: Love + Love. Love & Light. Sending Love, Light and Peace.

2. With Joy in Our Hearts

The word “Joy” is a holiday favorite and this saying exudes a sense of positivity and love.

3. Thankful. Blessed. Grateful.

The Christmas season is all about feeling thankful for family, making this phrase a perfect choice for a family Christmas card.

4. The Gift of Love. The Gift of Peace. The Gift of Hope.

Wish your loved ones the things that matter most of all – love, peace and hope.

5. God is Good. All the Time. God is Good.

Convey your love for Christ with this modern, religious Christmas card saying.

6. May the Season Fill Your Heart with Love

Express your hope for a love-filled holiday and New Year to everyone on your Christmas card list.

7. Full Hands. Full Hearts.

Parents of small children, this one will speak to you! This Christmas card saying for busy families is so heart-warming and sweet.

8. Wishing You Treasured Moments This Holiday Season

Because Christmas is all about those special moments and lasting memories.

9. Hold on to the Magic

This whimsical phrase is a perfect reminder of the magic of the Christmas season.

10. All the Joy We Can Handle

Pair this phrase with a photo of your busy, smiling, and sometimes-crazy family on a funny Christmas card.

11. The Best Gifts Don’t Come Under the Tree

Presents are sure fun, but the best Christmas gift is the love of friends and family.

12. Cherished Moments. Forever Memories.

We love this saying paired with a photo collage Christmas card, featuring snapshots of everyday moments throughout your year.

13. Simply Blessed.

We love a simple phrase and this one is so genuine and lovely.

14. Joy in All Things.

A wonderful reminder to pause and find joy in the everyday moments.

15. The Love of Family is Life’s Greatest Blessing

No truer words have ever been spoken. This saying is ideal for a beautiful family Christmas card.

16. It’s a Wonderful Life!

We love this classic Christmas card saying so much! Can’t you just about hear the jingle bells ringing?

17. Let Your Heart Be Light

A delightful reminder to enjoy the pure joy of the holiday season.

18. Our Hearts are Full

If you’re feeling particularly blessed, this family Christmas card saying is a charming choice.

19. Love & Kindness to All

A heartfelt wish, laced with tones of peace, love and togetherness.

20. The More The Merrier!

Are you announcing a pregnancy on your Christmas card? This is the perfect saying for a holiday pregnancy announcement.

21. This is Us

A modern Christmas card phrase everyone will adore. Looking back at this Christmas card years from now will bring tears to your eyes.

22. Treasure the Moments

This simple phrase works so well with a candid photo of your children.

23. Sending Peace This Christmas

This traditional phrase is a favorite for a reason. Send wishes for peace to all.

24. All You Need is Love

From newlyweds to families, this saying is a reminder of what really matters in life.

25. Merry Christmas From Our Hearts to Yours

It’s a classic! Heartfelt and sincere, this is the perfect sentiment for this year’s holiday card.

Happy Christmas card creating, all!

Oh, 2020…you’ve certainly been interesting. This year, more than any other, is a fantastic one to send a photo Christmas card. Commemorate all things crazy about 2020 with a funny card that pokes a little fun at this hot mess of a year.

Our designers have been working all year long creating the types of cards they never envisioned themselves having to make. The funniest, and most heartfelt, pandemic holiday cards around.

From toilet paper themed cards to designs that poke a little fun at all that “wonderful” togetherness, these Covid-themed Christmas cards are sure to get smiles and laughs from every recipient.

1. The Okayest Year Ever

Truer words have never been spoken, right? If 2020 was truly were the most okay-ist year of your life, this is the more than the most okay-ish Christmas card for you!

2. (Not So) Warm and Fuzzy

If you’re not feeling quite so “it’s the most wonderful time of the year”, we don’t blame you. This sarcastic cutie still has a bit of holiday cheer!

3. So Much Togetherness

Yup, we’ve had a WHOLE lotta together this year. All it takes is a few candid snapshots to make this togetherness-themed card a laugh-out-loud winner.

4. Christmas is Essential

We’ve learned a lot about what’s essential this year and one thing is for certain – Christmas is essential! Declare it with this funny-meets-heartfelt design.

5. Wonderfully Weird

Yes, it’s still a wonderful life, but it’s also a little weird out there right now. This clever card sum up your feelings perfectly with the phrase “it’s a wonderfully weird life”.

6. Merry Elfin’ Christmas

This one may have your loved ones wiping away tears of laughter. Wish everyone a Merry Christmas in classic 2020 style with this Merry Elfin’ Christmas card.

7. Most Dysfunctional Time

For some of us, Christmas is the most dysfunctional time of the year every year but for many of us, 2020 takes the cake. This hilarious Christmas card will have your friends and family humming this funny take on a classic tune all season long.

8. Mandated Christmas

Excuse me, we have a very important announcement: Christmas is mandated this year. That’s right, it’s an executive order and we fully expect your full compliance, thank you very much. You can start by spreading cheer with this Mandated Christmas card.

9. We Rolled With It

Sorry, but we cannot stop chuckling over this one. You’ll forever look back at this toilet-paper themed Christmas Card and remember the year of the great TP shortage.

10. Plot Twist!

2020 didn’t turn out exactly like expected. Scratch that. 2020 turned out NOTHING like expected. Share the plots twists, big and small, with this super-custom 2020 newsletter style card.

11. We’re Setting the Bar Low

Dear 2021, you better bring your A-game. This lol-worthy New Year’s Card has a sarcastic tone that’s just too good. Pair it with a photo of your grumpy kids and you’ve got 2020 gold.

12. It Can Only Go Up From Here!

A New Year’s card never spoke to us so much. This funny New Year’s Card nails what we’re all hoping for – a better 2021!

13. All We Want For Christmas

If your Christmas wish-list includes things like going on a real vacation or running errands without a mask on, this funny card is the one! Customize the list with anything you’d like!

14. Socially Distanced Wishes

Just imagine looking at this socially distanced Christmas card in 20 or 30 years. It’s a total 2020 classic and adorable to boot!

 

Christmas card season is coming! Soon, mailboxes will be brimming with something more than the usual junk mail and bills (can I get a yessssss?!).

We love any type of Christmas card – from handwritten styles signed by Grandma to simple photo cards packed with snapshots of growing families – each and every one gets displayed with joy.

The cards that really shine though, are the ones that share ALL the goings-on from the year. Family vacations to first steps to new jobs and new pets – your Christmas card is the perfect place to overshare (for real!).

We call these types of Christmas cards family newsletter cards and they are F-U-N! Our affordable designs are totally custom but are an absolute breeze to create:

1. Choose a Design You Love

We have so many fabulous newsletter cards, you might have trouble choosing a favorite.

 

2. Add Your Photos

The beauty of a newsletter holiday card is that it holds soooo many photos. And finding photos to share is as easy as opening your camera roll. Upload your favorite snaps from through the year and share the little moments and big memories that made your year special.

 

3. Add Your Own Words

When we said custom, we meant it. The signature piece of these styles is that they have lots of room for your very own snippets of text. Collage-style cards pair areas for copy alongside photos, making captioning super simple.

You can also use text areas to add an update on each family member. Don’t forget to add details like the ages of your children, their favorite activities and a fun story or memory from their year. Christmas cards that include these sorts of details will become treasured keepsakes long after the kids are all grown up!

 

4. Create a Color Palette YOU Love

Finally, update the colors on your card to create a look that matches the holiday style you love most. Go whimsical with pops of bright colors like cherry red and teal. Or, go with a richer, more traditional look with burgundy and cream.

See? Easy breezy! Get started on your design and give us a shout if you have any questions as you create!

Ready to create your Christmas Card? Good! That’s what we like to hear! Our team has been busy creating our own family’s cards. We each have our very favorite design selected and photos chosen but nearly every one of us hit a stumbling block when the time has come to actually write our card. A few samples of recent overheard conversations:

“I mean…do I really have to put my kid’s ages on? Don’t people know how old they are?”

“Is it weird to include an update on ME  or do you think people just want to hear about my kids?”

“I feel like I should say something about the dog dying but is that awful to put on a Christmas card?!”

“Can somebody write a closing for me?! I don’t know how to end this thing!”

As you can see, even we (the stationery experts!) struggle with writing our Christmas cards! So, let’s make this easy. Here are the 7 things you must cover on this year’s card:

  1. What You’re Grateful for this Holiday

Start your letter with gratitude! Offering up a bit of thanks is a lovely way to begin your holiday greeting. For instance – “Merry Christmas from the Hart Family! As the holiday approaches, we’re so grateful for the never-ending love and support from our friends, family and community. We hope this greeting finds you healthy and full of holiday cheer!”.

  1. Recap the Kids and Their Ages

This might seem basic, but adding you children’s ages along with a little blurb about them is something your friends and family will appreciate. And guess what? So will you! When you look back at your cards 20 years from now, you’ll love having their ages noted throughout the years.  A quick example  – “Riley turned 6 in April. She started first grade this year and has discovered a new passion for cooking. This kid is always in the kitchen! Mae is 14 months old and on move! She went from crawling to literally running circles around us. She loves avocados and her big sister”.  You can also note ages under a photo or in your letter closing like this – “Riley (6) and Mae (14 months) “.

  1. Include the Pets

If you have a furry friend (or scaly friend), be sure to give them a shout-out. “Our labradoodle, Sam, is everyone’s best friend and favorite cuddle partner.”

  1. Updates on YOU

Yes, your friends and family want to hear about what you and your significant other are up to as well! If you don’t have children, or your kids are grown, then by all means share everything you wish to! Be sure to cover any career updates as well as something a little more fun. For instance –  “I continue to live the dream as a project coordinator at Harmon Automotive! But for real, I love my co-workers and my job. Frank began his fourth year as a Kindergarten teacher at Redwood Elementary. We both stay busy with the girls but find time to pursue our own hobbies as well. I’ve discovered a love for knitting and Frank got his recreational drone license. Duck and cover, people!”.

  1. Major Life Events: New Baby, Moves, Graduation, Family Loss, Etc.

It seems obvious that you’ll include any news about a new baby or cross country move, but a tragedy? Should you write about that in your Christmas card? If it’s made an impact on your year, and you want to share it with loved ones, then yes. “We lost Frank’s mom, Silvia, in July. The loss has been heartbreaking for our entire family. We carry our cherished memories and deep love for Silvia in our hearts every single day.

  1. Vacations

If you took a fun vacation this year, mention it! Your loved ones will like hearing about your adventures. “In August, we took a family vacation to San Diego. The girls dipped their toes in the ocean and explored the zoo. It. Was. Fabulous!”.

  1. Wishes for the New Year

Declare what you’re most looking forward to in the upcoming year. This is also a great way to close your letter. “Our wishes for the New Year include nights of uninterrupted sleep, lots of snow days, a visit from the tooth fairy and…well, all the avocados”.

 

That’s it! Well, that’s almost it. Remember to sign your card with a heartfelt signature. Our favorites include:

with love and joy,

The Hart Family

 

all our love this Christmas and always,

The Hart Family

 

Blessings and peace,

The Hart Family

 

Now that you know what you’re going to write in your holiday card, have you considered when to send it? Be sure to order early so you have plenty of time to stuff those envelopes and drop them in the mail! Happy card creating!