Winter Scenes Holiday Cards Evoke Warm Memories of the Season

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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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Terry November 10, 2015 at 11:17 am

I love receiving cards with winter scenes on them! They’re always so gorgeous and make the card great for display around the house!

bentley t November 14, 2015 at 3:16 pm

My mom’s side of the family is from Canada in St. John New Brunswick they have a red covered bridge just like one of the Gallery cards. I love it. Then another card is so pretty with deer walking threw a winter forest the detail on the card is so pretty and looks so real. Tons of great cards.

Howard W. November 16, 2015 at 12:21 pm

Winter scene cards are a great idea. For example, my grandparents no longer live in the states and retired to Puerto Rico. I remember my grandmother saying, ill miss the most besides family, the first snow of winter, and the way the flakes stick to the windows. After reading this post, I will definitely order some winter scene cards, to bring the traditional Christmas/winter to feel to my grandparents and give them a little snow to place in their house.

Amanda December 4, 2015 at 3:29 pm

I like a winter scene on a card and on my day off.

Jess December 9, 2015 at 9:12 am

Wintery scenes and artwork is beautiful way to say thank you this holiday season. I treasure cards like that

Mary-Anne December 9, 2015 at 3:41 pm

Cards with winter scenes on them are usually so beautiful! And since we haven’t had much of a winter, sending a winter themed card sounds perfect!

Christie M. November 25, 2016 at 12:09 pm

I’m with you Amanda. I love the photo mount cards with a wintry scene as long as I don’t have to drive in it. Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!

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