Sending company Christmas cards is a great way to spread goodwill toward your customers and clients, while advertising your own company at the same time. Editable Text Christmas cards put your company front and center, allowing you to have your company name on the front of the card as well as on the inside.

Personalized Christmas cards are always a great idea. But think about it – many clients display the cards they receive by placing folded cards on a desk or shelf. So whose company information can be seen by all? The company that sent an Editable Text Christmas Card with their name on the front.

The Gallery Collection has hundreds of these cards available, in every kind of theme imaginable: elegant, whimsical, industry-specific designs, and New Year’s designs as well. In fact, there are over 350 different Editable cards on the easy-to-navigate Gallery collection website, definitely something for every taste.

Although it might seem that having your company name printed on the front of your cards is a very expensive feature, there is no extra charge for the Editable Text cards at the Gallery Collection. Although, what’s wrong with your recipients thinking you had spared no expense?

So, let your clients know you care, while letting your company shine!

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Why Sending Christmas Cards to Clients Is So Important

by Teresa P. on November 26, 2015

Goodwill towards Men and Women. I always remember to include the female possession! When it comes to managing a business, employers depend heavily on your client’s for capital. Therefore, it is extremely important, that you acknowledge your customers. To say thank you for your patronage business and I do appreciate your loyalty speaks volumes to your customers.

Remember that your customers will always determine the success of the company. Without your customer, you would not be in business. Therefore, during the season of being grateful and thankful, convey this message to your customers by sending a greeting card that shows your appreciation. We live in a world that is business oriented and it is just good ole fashion etiquette to say “THANK YOU” to your customers. Life is all about products and services which includes marketing and management.

So make sure to recognize your customers. Sending a Christmas/Holiday/Season’s Greeting card to your clients in the most effective and professional manner. I am a part time business owner of a Professional Organizing Company. I rely heavily on my clients for their business, therefore, I make sure that I send a greeting card and/or thank you during the holiday season.


Should You Get Your Boss A Christmas Gift?

by Allison H. on November 23, 2015

If you are thinking to yourself, should I get my boss a Christmas gift?  The answer is no, no and, I repeat, a big fat no! Except that sometimes the answer is a maybe and sometimes it can even be a yes.

Ok, let me ‘splain Lucy.  Let’s face it; no one really wants to buy their boss a Christmas gift.  You don’t really like your boss all that much because, well, he’s the one that just keeps piling the work on you.  And then you’re supposed to spend your hard-earned cash on a gift for him?  I don’t think so.  In my opinion, if anyone is going to buy gifts, it should be the bosses buying for the employees.  I really think gift-giving in general is way over the top in most organizations and mostly unnecessary.  However, it can be a nice way for a boss to show appreciation for his employees.  Preferable the gift is a nice, big cash bonus but smaller gifts are certainly nice too.

There are times though when you do have a great relationship with your boss and you do want to show some extra appreciation to him with a Christmas gift.  Heck, you may even love your boss!  In these cases, you may want to spring for a Christmas gift as a gesture.  If you are part of team that works under the same boss, it’s usually best to stick to group gifts from all of you.  You don’t want to appear to be trying to score brownie points or be a brown-nose.  Even if it is a group gift, keep it on the small side and preferably something that the boss can use at the office.

In the end, I guess what I am saying is anything goes but you should bear in mind both the culture of the organization and the relationship you have with your boss before you decide Christmas gift or no Christmas gift?

Happy shopping, or not!


Fun Ways to Celebrate an Office Holiday Party

by Sandi R. on November 19, 2015

We often spend more time with our co-workers than with our family (or at least it feels that way at times). So an office holiday celebration is a fun way to share the holiday spirit with our “Second Family”.

Some ideas for the Office party can include the following:

A personalized card for everyone. Maybe a candid photo of the group transformed into a special holiday memento for each person.

A grab bag. Keep to inexpensive gifts (set a $ limit) or gifts that have to be handmade. Or choose a theme for the gifts.

Make it a “pot luck” luncheon. Everyone has their holiday favorites that are family “secrets” or a special ethnic food. Imagine a party with fresh guacamole dip with tortilla chips, Greek spanokipita pie, baked manicotti and for desserts; Scottish shortbread and payasam (an Indian version of rice pudding). There could be so many new and delicious items to try!

And after the food, how about a Karaoke contest? We found at one office party that if people were anxious about venturing this alone, if they teamed up with one or two others, they were an instant “rock group”.

Whatever works for your team of friends in the office; just the time spent together sharing in a relaxed social event helps “ring the holidays in” for all.

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New Year’s Cards are one of the most underrated cards in the market.  This is mainly because Christmas (and Chanukah during certain years), fall just 1-2 weeks before New Year’s Eve. You also have other holidays that fall within this time frame.  The New Year is a perfect time for many people to have a fresh start.  This could include their job, their diet, or their overall lifestyle. There is nothing wrong with spreading a positive message to your co-workers, clients, or loved ones to start off the New Year right!

New Year’s cards could be nice recognition for your employees, and a nice touch to start off a brand new year.  It is thoughtful, but also a unique option when compared to Christmas or Chanukah cards.  Saying “Happy New Year” is very universal and they can be perfect for folks who may not celebrate December holidays as heavily as others. There is also no reason why you can’t give a New Year’s card in addition to another holiday card. Going back to work can be stressful for some after a long holiday break, so why not cheer up your employees with a nice New Year’s greeting card?


Why You Should Have a Holiday Card Assortment Box

by Mario F. on November 12, 2015

The Holiday Card Assortment Box has all of your greeting card needs taken care of for this holiday season!  After all is said and done, I usually end up spending anywhere between $75-$100 on Holiday cards for friends, family, and co-workers.  Not anymore! Not only will the Holiday Card Assortment Box save you money, but its convenience is priceless.  Most likely you will have some cards left over for the next holiday season too!

It’s important to have holiday cards on hand because not everyone celebrates Christmas.  With the Holiday Card Assortment Box, you get 35 cards with 16 different holiday designs!  This makes the possibilities endless, but also lets you get creative. You can give cards to everyone in your family without giving anyone a duplicate. There are cards with specific greetings printed for Christmas, but many others are included that would be appropriate to give to folks who celebrate other holidays. Some of the cards also include beautiful winter scenes, which will be a perfect fit for any holiday during the season.

All cards in the assortment box are imprinted with a pre-selected greeting. You get 38 seal fast envelopes as well. It saves you a load of time when you don’t have to write a message on the card or moisten the envelopes. For convenience, price, and style, you can’t beat the Holiday Card Assortment Box!


Throughout the holiday season, people receive many cards sending wishes for a Happy Holiday and wonderful New Year.  It is difficult to make your card the one everyone remembers.  So, in your opinion, what makes a holiday card stand out?  Winter scenes holiday cards evoke warm memories of the season.  I enjoy receiving a card that triggers something special inside. A card that makes a person feel an emotional connection ensures that that card is extra special.

Think about how you feel when you see a picture of a glittering forest lined with evergreens and a sweet deer munching on the grass. Or how do you feel when you see a picture of an old fashioned covered bridge over a running stream surrounded by snow covered, rolling hills?  Winter scenes on holiday cards like these make a person feel a comfort. It is almost like being hugged by a card. Beautiful scenic cards take you away from your current surroundings even if it is only for a moment and fill you with the warmth of the holiday season.

Sending winter scenes holiday cards also means you are sending your customers, family, and friends more than just well wishes for a bright and merry holiday season. You are also sharing with them the special feeling of coziness. You are inviting them to a little escape of relaxation and snugness. Send a card that sends a message of closeness.


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Why You Should Buy Christmas Cards in Bulk

by Karla C. on November 5, 2015

Most companies and individuals have been sending Christmas cards out to customers, friends and family for years.  Christmas cards allow you to share your appreciation to others but can add to the strain of the holiday season in many ways.  So why not consider buying your cards this year in bulk?  Buying Christmas cards in bulk has its advantages.

The greatest benefit of buying your Christmas cards in bulk is the price.  Purchasing individual cards at your local retail store can be costly. For people and businesses on a budget, this can be an expense they are not capable of spending. You will be amazed at the price difference.  Some cards in greeting establishment can cost $4.00 and up whereas you can purchase in bulk for as little as $0.76 a card. The quality of these cards can be the same quality or better but for less than half the price. That figure doesn’t even factor in the savings of gas to get to the store.  A person can purchase these cards online or over the phone and never leave their house. No matter who you are price does matter.

Another benefit of buying your Christmas cards in bulk is the stress relief. There are so many things going on during the holiday season in work and outside that time is always an issue.  A person can order these cards early in the year before the nuttiness of the season begins. Bulk Christmas cards can also be personalized with an imprint you choose. This will save you the time of personally signing each card. Buying Christmas cards in bulk is a convenient, easy way to celebrate the season with the ones that matter without breaking your budget or adding unnecessary tension.