Want to know a great way to slow down and enjoy the holiday season? Create a season’s greetings card, sign it, and pop it in the mail (snail mail, that is). Take a few minutes to send best wishes to the best friends, family, and customers you could ask for, with custom Christmas cards. Then watch the season of giving become the season of reflection, gratitude, and peaceful moments. Find out more about personalizing the perfect holiday card for your small business:
There’s a lot going on during the holidays and if want to get your customer’s attention, go bold. These 3D holiday greeting cards add an extra element of surprise and are designed to be displayed, along with your logo, throughout the season:
Pop-Up Christmas Tree Holiday Card
Pop-Up Snowflake Holiday Card
Pop-Up Star of David Hanukkah Card
The best way to keep your name top of mind while spreading holiday cheer? Create a season’s greetings card that includes a calendar or planner. We like these:
Holiday Card with 4″ x 6″ Calendar Magnet
Holiday Card with Monthly Pocket Planner
Order Christmas cards with a matching CD and associate your small business with the cheeriest songs of the season. This one is a consistent customer favorite:
When the season’s about giving, it makes sense to create a season’s greetings card that makes everyone feel special, regardless of their religious orientation. We like these holiday cards that include non-denominational as well as religious options, and focus on beauty, grace, peace, and play! You can pick a sentiment that’s specific to Christmas, Hannukah, or speak to the holiday season in general.
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Remember to take time to enjoy the season. Let creating and sending your personalized holiday Christmas cards be a reason to slow down. Put on some holiday music, sip hot chocolate or a hot toddy, and wish season’s greetings to folks near and far.
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