Greeting Cards Highlight – Merry Christmas Cards

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I am not a fan of the over-commercialization of modern day Christmas with its emphasis on shopping and gifts. However my search for Merry Christmas cards to send to family and friends has brought back fond memories of simpler times. I have narrowed my choices to these five designs due to the warm fuzzy feelings they have evoked from years gone by…

Christmas Cookies Holiday Card

Holy Infant Christmas Card reminds me of the true meaning of the holiday- the birth of Jesus Christ. As a 3rd grader in Sunday school, I was chosen to be the narrator in the church Christmas play. Dressed as the Star of Bethlehem, I recited the story of Jesus’ birth from verses memorized from the Bible.

Candlelit Merry Christmas Tree is an enchanting fir tree decorated with glowing candles, glimmering silvery ornaments, pine cones and red berries set against a beautiful star- filled night sky. Its peaceful feeling makes me feel the beauty of this captivating season.

Christmas Cookies Holiday Card  brings back the delicious sugary smells emanating from Mom’s kitchen when she was baking the holiday cookies. She would let me stir the batter, spread the frosting, and add the red and green sprinkles once the cookies were cooled.

Country Bridge Christmas Card recalls many trips to ski country growing up in New England over Christmas school vacations. The snow was pristine, the distant landscape mountainous and the ride through the New Hampshire wooden bridge was bumpy and loud.

Cupcake Christmas Card is the ultimate best present ever! A tree that grows cupcakes surrounded by swirling snowflakes and peppermint candies. What more could my sweet tooth ask for- yum!

{ 5 comments… read them below or add one }

Patti Baker September 16, 2014 at 10:29 am

The sugar cookies card is always a great choice. Who doesn’t remember cookies at Christmas?

Christine September 22, 2014 at 11:07 am

Your picks are very varied, I like the Candlelit tree because the sentiment is Merry Christmas but it is not overly religious. Still can’t get used to cupcake and cookie Christmas cards

John September 24, 2014 at 12:23 pm

Excellent article!

Chad September 25, 2014 at 11:37 am

Thanks for sharing. Definitely gives me ideas for my company’s holiday.

Prissy M. September 14, 2016 at 4:21 pm

I can’t wait to hang up my Christmas cards around the house this winter. And the more varied the better. Whether it be cookies, cupcakes, candles, religious icons or winter wonderlands; I love them all!

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