Be creative when it comes to writing a holiday card. After you select a beautiful, free holiday eCard from Punchbowl's collection, customize the holiday greeting for your own personal touch. Add a creative twist when writing Christmas cards and be sure to include memorable holiday card messages. Click here for this beautiful reindeer Christmas eCard.
Here are a few ideas about what to write in holiday cards:
Write short poems for your holiday greeting card messages this season. Include information about each family member and even pets in the poem. Mention recent vacations, accomplishments, and activities. Make sure to wish the recipient a happy holiday as well.
Keep your holiday message straightforward and simple for recipients in the “acquaintance” category. Send wishes for a happy holiday and upcoming new year. Include your family’s last name on the card to help the recipient recognize the sender.
Seal it with a KISS (keep it simple sweetie). Write a simple family update that is thorough yet concise and straight to the point. Type your update, then proofread it a few times. Have a second set of eyes take a peak and make suggestions of what to write in a holiday card.
Show your appreciation for co-workers and other peers in an office environment. Select a generic holiday free ecard design and message, rather than a specific Christmas or Hanukkah card. Express your appreciation for all they do throughout the year, and wish them a happy holiday.
Review a variety of holiday cards from Punchbowl and select the one that best suits you and your recipients. Give yourself plenty of time to work on your holiday cards, as it can be a challenge to decide what to write in a Christmas card.