You don't write anything, you just insert $300 American dollars
hi : ) i'm american, and have had a LONG christmas card list for years : ) <br />
some people only sign their names, some say "merry christmas'" and sign their names.<br />
but as for myself, i love to get cards where the person writes a personal note, and i ALWAYS write a personal note in any christmas card i send. <br />
it can be simply ""i hope you have a wonderful christmas. it is my christmas gift this year to have you as a friend (or loved one - as it fits . . ) my very best wishes to you at christmas and always. . . love [your name]<br />
you can also just say "happy holidays" or ""best wishes to you this christmas season"". . . <br />
the fact that you write a personal note means everything. : ) xx
FELIZ NAVIDAD Y PROSPERO AÑO NUEVO !!!
wow good question. Just have no idea as I only send a card to my best frined back in the states. Tell her just how much is missed and still love her even if she has a big family. I usually send a big package of gifts from China. She loves this.
start with "Sorry this card is two months late . . ."
I sign my name. If it's to family, I write "love", then sign my name.
Usually the Christmas card already has a really nice verse in it...but I always write...Wishing you and your family a very Merry Christmas and happy New Year!
One of the most important things to write in a Christmas Card is the word Christmas and not use the slang xmas.<br />
"Keeping CHRIST in CHRISTMAS"<br />
Jesus is the reason for the season :-)
On my Xmas cards I write that I saw a Xebra walking into the Xerox building.
I like to write something unique. Of course what I write depends on the person. I know a few people that are out of state from me, but I don't send send them gifts because some of them are girls who have boyfriends. So I sent one of them a nice card with a small paragraph of what a great friend she has been, and how I appreciate her, etc. Not to mention it was a home made card, so that makes it all the more special.
Well, I don't think I've ever sent a Christmas card...<br />
Guess I've been lax...
Remembrance of God is the healer of all ills.
I like to write a little something inside.....<br />
"hope the holiday season brings you & your family happiness, laughter and joy."<br />
Sign it & mark it with an xo
Anything but "Happy Chanukkah" will do.
Snow...'lil Angel kisses for us Northerners.