Tips for Choosing Your Christmas Holiday Photo Cards
Christmas, for numerous people, is a well-celebrated holiday each year. People come up with unique ways to celebrating it but nothing beats the idea of a Picture Christmas Card. Every year millions of Christmas holiday photo cards are sent to relatives and buddies.
Sir Henry Cole (1843), originated the first ever Picture Christmas Card. John Colcott Horsley, a London based painter was hired for the purpose. He portrayed a Victorian British family on holiday on the card with the message "a Merry Christmas and a happy New Year to you”. This expression is still used by all of us today. Well that’s all about the origin of the Christmas holiday photo cards.
Here are a few tips to to capture your family's personality in your holiday greetings. Get into the picture with the kids and your pets (adds an extra cuteness factor).Don’t bother about getting the prefect portrait. Instead take multiple shots and use a different photo with every card. Avoid murky and excessively exposed pictures in your greetings. Prefer sharper photos, the ones with better quality. Use your own wording, may be a poem, a funny one liner, a quote from the Bible, anything that displays your sentiments and walla!! You have personalized Christmas holiday photo cards ready.
Scouting the internet for a variety of designs is another option. Try landing a unique design that beats the other cards. You can lookout for themes like native scenery. Santa Clause themes are amongst the trendy ones. Christmas holiday photo cards via email can reach dear ones who stay miles away, no matter here in the world, at the click of a mouse.
Hand crafted cards are gaining popularity today. Something unexpected like being funny, cute, warm or tender can make your card unique. Families often send handmade greeting cards to relatives and buddies all over the world, ensuring they stay in touch and bond over the festive time. The thought is what matters. Family and friends will thank you for taking the effort. A pinch of inspiration mixed with creativity is all it takes to make the Christmas Photo Card a treasured keepaway.
We still send Christmas greetings to dear ones, but why? We love to bond with each other and this feel strengthens further during the holiday period. Picture Christmas Card is a wonderful way to convey the heart of your family to all dear ones. Sending Christmas cards feels fantastic and it feels better yet to receive them!!!
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