Greet your Family and Friends with Holiday Wildlife Cards

by Henry L. on November 12, 2009

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For those of you who can’t decide on sending personalized holiday cards that feature snowflakes, Christmas trees, or ornaments on them, why not change your theme to holiday wildlife cards. For all you nature lovers, design #516CW, Winter Wonder Seasons Greeting Card, is the perfect card depicting a deer in a snowy, wintry setting.

Your family members, friends, and/or business associates will just adore this card when they open their envelope and are greeted by this quizzically looking deer bringing them peaceful holiday greetings, reminding us of the serene setting that is part of the holiday season. This card depicts an actual photo that is on white gloss paper. The picture border is outlined in gold foil trim with matching lettering on the front of the design. You can match your personalized card imprint in the same beautiful gold foil embossing.

Design #516CW - Winter Wonder Seasons Greeting Card

Design #516CW - Winter Wonder
Seasons Greeting Card

For all you bird lovers design #574CX, Frosted Perch Wildlife Greeting Card, is the perfect card to send out. The black-capped chickadee looks ever so elegant perched on the branch of a pine tree. You can almost here him chirping in the winter air enjoying the snowy weather.

The tips of the pine trees sparkle with a shimmering silver foil that gives the impression of glistening snow. It brings the wildlife to your home or office, emitting a sense of peacefulness during the hustle and bustle of the season. This design also depicts a photo on glossy white paper with a “Season’s Greetings” sentiment embossed in silver foil. The picture is bordered with a moss shade of green that compliments the pine tree branches.

Design #574CS - Frosted Perch Wildlife Greeting Card

Design #574CS - Frosted Perch
Wildlife Greeting Card

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