December 9th

Christmas is just a few weeks away, and if you haven’t sent out your greeting cards, make sure you do it on December 9 because it is Christmas Card Day.

48 Pack of Christmas Winter Holiday Family Greeting Cards Green and Cream Merry Christmas Festive Designs Boxed with 48 Count White Envelopes Included 4.5 x 6.25 Inches  by Sustainable Greetings
48 Pack of Christmas Winter Holiday Family Greeting Cards Green and Cream Merry Christmas Festive Designs Boxed with 48 Count White Envelopes Included 4.5 x 6.25 Inches

by Sustainable Greetings

How to Celebrate?


  • Send out your holiday and Christmas cards.
  • Make your own cards – your recipients will appreciate a handmade card.
  • If you have small children have them draw a picture to include.
  • If you don’t have time to send in physical cards, what about sending e-cards? I do both because getting a physical card from the real mail box means more and evokes more memories and happy thoughts.
  • Don’t celebrate Christmas or the holidays? Why not send out New Year cards instead?

I’m a Florida girl so these really speak to me!

Box Set of 12 'Sands Of Time - 2019-2020' New Year Card Featuring Tides Washing Away the Last Year and Bringing in the New, with Envelopes C6133JNYG-B12x1-19
Box Set of 12 ‘Sands Of Time – 2019-2020’ New Year Card Featuring Tides Washing Away the Last Year and Bringing in the New, with Envelopes C6133JNYG-B12x1-19

by The Best Card Company

Did You Know…

…that the first Christmas cards were sent in 1843 and were commissioned in London, United Kingdom by Sir Henry Cole. John Callcott Horsley illustrated the card, which featured the members of a family.

Don’t forget to send one to our troops. Whether at home or deployed there are great groups like:

A million thanks