Design 739CX – Thanksgiving Berry Garden Holiday Card

by Henry L. on July 21, 2011

When shopping for holiday greeting cards I’ve never actually considered Thanksgiving cards.  Automatically I head straight for the Christmas cards.  You know the ones with snow scenes, wreaths, ornaments or Christmas trees as the cover design.   I might choose a card depicting a Nativity scene for those friends who celebrate the day as a religious holiday or maybe a card that observes Hanukkah for Jewish friends.  But in my search I discovered Design 739CX – Thanksgiving Berry Garden Holiday Card, which caught my attention and drew me toward it.  The design isn’t quite what one might come to expect from Thanksgiving cards.  Typically I would describe most Thanksgiving designs as robust, featuring the bold colors of autumn, pumpkins, covered bridges, cornucopias and turkeys.  This card, on the other hand, is a delicate display featuring a spray of berry branches adorned with soft, pastel colored foil berries.

Design 739CX - Thanksgiving Berry Garden Holiday Card

Design 739CX - Thanksgiving Berry Garden Holiday Card

Design 739CX – Thanksgiving Berry Garden Holiday Card, is also a great way to extend goodwill at the start of the traditional holiday season.  And since it is a secular holiday it offers the opportunity to express your feelings to one and all confidently.  There is never a need to concern yourself as to whether a specific card is appropriate or not for any of your friends or clients.

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Becca July 25, 2011 at 12:42 pm

This really is a unique Thanksgiving card. I love it! Its beautiful, and it will grab all the attention because it arrives before the Xmas cards. <3

Gerrie December 15, 2011 at 1:20 pm

I always enjoy receiving a Thanksgiving card. I feel that each year Christmas is being advertised earlier and earlier (sometimes even around Halloween!). To me it is important to recognize each holiday and separate them so that you can really appreciate them, and the time with your family.

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