Christmas Cards Buying Guide
Christmas cards came into existence in 1843 when Sir Henry Cole hired an artist to design a holy card that could be sent to his friends and others. Since then, the sending and exchanging of Christmas cards has become a traditional custom for all those who celebrate Christmas or the Holidays.
Types of Christmas Cards
- Holiday Greeting Cards act as a medium to express the way one feels about the holiday season. Some of them depict snowmen, winter scenes, penguins and many more things related to Christmas and the season.
- Business Greeting Cards are most often sent to colleagues, customers or clients to inform that you appreciate and remember them. Secular Christmas cards are chosen if the company or business is related to Christianity. Otherwise holiday cards can be sent.
- Religious Christmas Cards with religious themes and images are most often sent to people in a closer circle who can relate their views about Christmas with the sender. Most often they depict Christ as a child, Three Magi and their gifts, Madonna with angles and child and so on.
- Secular Christmas Cards can range from whimsical to elegant ones depicting reindeer, Santa Claus, Christmas trees and so on.
Selecting Christmas Cards
- Christmas cards can be selected according to the way you want to send your wishes and views to the receiver.
- If you want to make it special, unique, hand made or designer Christmas cards can be selected accordingly.
- If you are a person who wants to contribute something for your fellow beings, you can choose charity cards as both you and others benefit from it.
- Customized or personalized cards make the special occasion even more special.
Four Felt Christmas Cards :
The Christmas card features little Robin, Santa, Snowman, Rudolph with felt embellishments.
Text Christmas cards :
The Christmas cards contain text on stylish veggie dishes and festive cocktails.
Christmas photo cards :
Now you can send personalised Christmas cards for your friends with your photos on them.
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