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Christmas Card Ideas: Sending Christmas Photo Cards for Family and Loved Ones
In a few weeks, it will be Christmas and I know of many department stores that are advertising their Christmas sales as early as now, to attract the many early shoppers who don't want to get caught in the Christmas rush. Although it is the time of giving, we don't really need to buy expensive gifts just to please our loved ones.
We can give Christmas gifts that are creative but very low cost and Christmas cards do the trick. We can just simply pick a corresponding color, the font and the best style that we can imagine and browse the computer to add some photos for these cards. Make sure though that when writing a message for the card, it should come from the heart so that our loved ones know that it's genuine.
Family Memorable Pictures
One of the most significant gifts that you could give to your loved one is a Christmas picture card where all the family members are present and appear happy in that picture. You could also edit the picture and make a funny theme on it. As the saying goes, "A picture is worth a thousand words."
Family Christmas Letters
Making greeting cards extra special by including personal letters, gift certificates to department stores or even secret family recipes for holiday dishes allow you to create something unique and out of the ordinary that will forever be cherished by your loved ones for years to come. You don't really have to spend so much, as long as it is well thought of, every gift or greeting card will always be a smashing hit.
Recycled Christmas Greetings
Using recycled paper as Christmas greeting cards is catching on really well with a lot of people who are earth-friendly. Aside from spending less compared to using brand new materials, you get to give back to Mother Earth, which is something that is good for your conscience.
Share the blessing of a new born baby
If you are fortunate enough to have a child during the holidays, greeting cards will be the best way to announce this wonderful news to your family and friends. With news like this, who wouldn't jump for joy knowing that there is a special addition to the family circle and for the sake of it, you get to recruit Godparents for the child better this way. What more could a brand new parent ask for?
Written by : Anne Walker
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