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When was the first christmas card made

When was the first Christmas greeting card made? 1843 Where was the first Christmas card made? the UK Who got the first Christmas card? There is no way of knowing who sent and received the first Christmas card, but it was one of those who bought one of Horsely and Cole’s cards that would have ignited the long-term Christmas tradition.…

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Short and sweet christmas card messages

What do you write in a short and sweet Christmas card? Short and Sweet Christmas Messages Have a very merry Christmas and a happy New Year! Wishing you all the best that a holiday could offer. Peace, joy, and love to you and your family. May your Christmas season be filled with joy and light! Hope your stocking is stuffed…

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Christmas card reviews

Who has the best quality photo Christmas cards? 6. Shutterfly: Best for individual photo cards Shutterfly – Photo Cards from. $0.84. Shutterfly – Photo Printing from. $0.15. Shutterfly – Photo calendars from. $17.99. What do I write in my Christmas card? Classic Christmas Greeting Card Messages ‘Tis the season to wish one another joy and love and peace. Merry Christmas.…

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Christmas wishes messages card

What should I write on Christmas card? Simple Festive Message Ideas Wishing you a wonderful Christmas and happy holidays. Have a very merry Christmas and a happy new year! Wishing you all the best that a holiday could offer. May your Christmas season be filled with happiness and laughter! Merry Christmas and best wishes for the new year ahead. What…

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First christmas card ideas

What was on the front of the first Christmas card? The first Christmas card was designed by John Horsley, an artist that was friends with Sir Henry Cole. They sold for a shilling each, that’s about 12p now. The cards depicted good deeds, such as providing clothes for the poor, feeding the hungry – similar to the good deeds in…

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