Holiday Card Designs: From Cliche to Creative

Families around the globe look forward to checking their mailbox during the holiday season. Friends and family from near and far send out holiday greetings, reminding one another that this is the season of peace and love.

Custom Cards

Choosing a design for a holiday card that is meaningful and tasteful is a fun, yet time consuming process. Some choose to go with more traditional designs, while others are more interested in unique styles. Any online printing company can help anyone discover what suits her best, and can provide the right design easily. Even if your style is of the traditional variety, that does not mean you have to be mundane or cliche. Take a few simple designs and tweak them:

Cliche: Religious Icons
Religious Icons are a mainstay this time of year, and for good reason. However, a typical manger scene is easily forgotten by the recipients, and will likely be tossed out with the Christmas wrapping paper. Likewise, a blue and white menorah sends good tidings for Hanukkah, but doesn’t necessarily convey personality.

Creative: 3D Pop Up Religious Icons
You want to display your religion, but do so in a special way? Die cut cards, like this pop-up nativity, not only serve as a greeting but as a decoration for those you love.


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