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I Wish it Could Be Christmas Every Day…

Sep 19th, 2010
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Christmas comes but once a year… or so you’d think. Here at Hallmark it’s Christmas every day! Since January we’ve been like Santa’s busy little elves working on wonderful Christmas cards and now it’s almost time for the real thing we’re really getting in the Christmas mood! Working with Christmas every day doesn’t mean we don’t still get excited for December 25th. It’ll be here before we know it and we already can’t wait!

Our very talented artists, illustrators and designers have been full of the Christmas spirit all year and have been creating images of snowmen, robins and Santa for our fantastic Christmas cards. From snowy landscapes to cute bears in santa hats, and from nativity scenes to festive funnies, there’s something for everyone.

And our very clever writers have been inspired by Christmas carols, stories and songs while they produce the wonderful words and verses which will be placed inside each card. Be it long, short, verse or prose. From a simple Christmas wish to a sincere and heartfelt message, Hallmark’s Christmas cards have got it all.

Some people like to use their Christmas Greetings as a great way to keep in touch and update everyone about their family news from the year. You could add a family newsletter to the inside of a Christmas card.

So this year, once the leftover turkey’s been guzzled, the crackers have been pulled and the mulled wine’s been glugged, spare a thought for the Hallmark elves who’ll be busy once again in the Christmas card workshop, beavering away on cards for Christmas 2011!

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