Brothers are compacted fellows, hard to understand and even harder to buy Christmas gifts for. But that doesn't mean you can't take the time to tell your brother that you love him and wish him a Merry Christmas. Make sure his Christmas is amazing by getting him this card.
This adorably funny card will have anyone, especially pet lovers, laughing out loud! This pup and kitty combo seem to like getting cookies and milk on Christmas Eve just as much as Santa. The cookies are even in the shape of bones, perfect for two pets who certainly have the holiday spirit. It's a whimsical way to wish someone a very Merry Christmas!
If you know someone who is always kind to you, tell them how thankful you are with a special Christmas thank you card! It displays holiday gifts with ribbons, and Christmas ornaments, candy canes, and more! This sensational Christmas card will thank them and let them know they are appreciated. When they read that their kindness has been a blessing in your life, it will touch their heart. Send this thank you Christmas card out today to add joy to someone's day!
From jingle bells to silver bells to the ornaments hanging from the door, we're reminded of Christmas and family consonantly. This year, reach out to your brother and tell him "Merry Christmas". Say you miss him, say you love him, say you wish he could be with you this year. Christmas is for family, be it in person or in spirit.
There are few things that get on our nerves more than siblings. And yet, we'll do anything for them. So this Christmas, share your love with your brother and let him know how important he is to you. Despite the pokes and prods, the noogies and digs, you love each other. Tell your brother that this Christmas with this wonderful card.
It's hard to resist the urge to turn your head when a nice car drives by. You've teased your brother about it, joked about getting him a car for Christmas. Well here's your chance! A quick peek at Santa's sleigh, eh, hot rod, will make your brother's Christmas! Let him know you're always looking out for his interests with this brotherly Christmas card.
Christmas is a time of beauty and love, but it's also a time to party! Send a Christmas wish to the active friends or co-worker, allowing them to enjoy the season as much as the rest of us. Christmas is a time for friends and family, and celebration. Wish everyone a Merry Christmas!
As kids, you and your sister made Christmas cookies, handprint reindeer, and pipe cleaner candy canes. And while such things might be falling apart, the memories of their creation and seeing them hung every year tie sisters together. Continue the trend with this Christmas card, jumpstarting new sisterly Christmas memories to fill the upcoming years.
Plaid pajamas and Santa presents under the tree, coupled with sleepy parents clutching coffee fill the Christmases of childhood. Now that you're grown and are creating new memories for the next generation, let your sister know that this Christmas is built off of the ones you shared with her. Dedicate this Christmas to your sister with this card.
If your parents are the winter blanket around your shoulders, your brother is the mug of hot tea nestled between your hands. Small, comforting, and warming you inside and out, there is no one like your brother. Let him know how important he is to you by sending him this wintery Christmas card. He's a special part of your life.
Your sister has been with you for half the Christmases of your life. You've looked out the window for the first star, wrapped scarves around snowmen, rolled out cookie dough and folded the good napkins. While the snow is falling and it's cold outside, send your lovely sister this reminder of those warm moments and wish her a Merry Christmas.
Let your sister know how close she is to your heart this Christmas with this beautiful poinsettia. A traditional Christmas flower, it blooms in winter just like you and your sister's sudden interest in being good on December 1st. As the Christmas Spirit grows this year, let your sister know that you wish her the merriest of holidays and that she'll always deserve a Santa gift in your book.
Holly berries and ivy grow thick this time of year, but Christmas doesn't really start until the tree is up. Let your sister know how much your traditions of decorating evergreens and spruces when you were both young meant to you, and how every Christmas you think back on your childhood. This year, Christmas is for sisters.