I’m already starting to see wintry displays of Christmas trees and holiday stockings in the department store, not to mention holiday sale commercials on TV. This reminded me that I really need to get a move on sending out my holiday cards! These greeting cards are the perfect opportunity to get in touch with old friends and relatives that you maybe don’t get to see all the time. There are lots of cards to choose from, but I’ve narrowed down my favorites to these top five:


1. Christmas Sketch – Photo Holiday Card
The recipient of this card will have trouble deciding what part of the card to look at – your pretty picture or the adorable chalkboard sketch reading “Merry and Bright?” The rustic simplicity of this card is what makes it such a popular choice for many.

2. Merry Everything – Photo Holiday Card
The traditional colors for the holiday season may be red and green, but that doesn’t mean your cards can’t embrace a variety of vibrant colors. This “Merry Everything” card provides such a cheery vibe that’s perfect for reconnecting with old friends and family. Choose a photo for the back of the card that gives off the same festive feeling.

3. Burlap Greeting – Photo Holiday Card
Delicately painted snowflakes surround an elegantly written “Believe” for a card that emulates the nostalgia that often comes with the holidays. There’s something so magical about this time of year, and this card shows that. The burlap background gives your festive greeting a charming rustic touch.

4. Very Merry – Photo Holiday Card
The front of this festive card features a picture of you and your family alongside the holiday sentiment “Wishing You A Very Merry Christmas!” This stationary gives off a very fun, carefree vibe, so don’t be afraid to select a photo of your family that really shows off your personalities.

5. Wonderful – Photo Holiday Card
This holiday greeting is filled with color, character and plenty of festive cheer. Vibrantly colored ornaments hang from the happy holiday statement, and the other half of the card features a picture of your choosing.

Do you have a favorite holiday card? Share your thoughts with me!