Traditional Christmas cards

Traditional Christmas card image - drawing of Mary and Child

Traditional Christmas cards carry images, well recognized and symbolic of the season. Also, these are the ones most Christmas card shoppers choose to send out to their loved ones, year after year.

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Some of them are: Santa Clause, Christmas tree, Mary and child, Christmas candle and ornaments, snowy landscape with Christmas lights, reindeer, Christmas presents and more. Altogether adorned with lots of snowflakes and glitter. 

Keep in mind that all the Christmas cards featured on this page are fully customizeable and they come in three sizes, with matching envelopes:

  • 5" x 7" - standard greeting card size
  • 4.25" x 5.5" - small
  • 8.5" x 11" - big (letter size)

Christmas tree

Fun fact #1:
The use of evergreen trees to celebrate the winter season occurred before the birth of Christ.

Santa Clause

Fun fact #2:
The use of evergreen trees to celebrate the winter season occurred before the birth of Christ.

Exotic and tropical

Fun fact #3:
Thomas Edison's assistant, Edward Johnson, came up with the idea of electric lights for Christmas trees in 1882. Christmas tree lights were first mass-produced in 1890.

Christmas cards in German language

Fun fact #4:
The first printed reference to Christmas trees appeared in Germany in 1531.

Fun fact #5:  
Artificial Christmas trees were developed in Germany during the 19th century and later became popular in the United States. These "trees" were made using goose feathers that were dyed green and attached to wire branches. The wire branches were then wrapped around a central dowel rod that acted as the trunk.

Fun facts quoted above were found on this website: University of Illinois Extension

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All the artworks, designs and written compositions are simply expressions of many facets of Daria's soul. They might - or might not - resonate with you - but they sure make Daria feel Alive as she is putting them together.

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