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International Christmas Card Day

International Christmas Card Day

Christmas is a time for giving, and what better way to spread holiday cheer than by sending a festive card to friends and loved ones around the world? International Christmas Card Day is celebrated every year on December 9th, and it’s the perfect opportunity to let your loved ones know that you’re thinking of them. The history of the holiday dates back to 1843, when the first commercial Christmas cards were printed in England. Since then, the tradition of sending Christmas cards has flourished, and today people of all ages enjoy exchanging cards with family and friends. While Christmas cards are often sent electronically nowadays, there’s still something special about receiving a physical card in the mail. Sending a card is a simple way to show someone that you care, and it’s a tradition that can enrich people’s lives in many ways. In addition to spreading holiday cheer, exchanging Christmas cards can help people connect with friends and loved ones who live far away. It’s also a great way to keep in touch with old friends and connect with new ones. So how can you celebrate International Christmas Card Day? Simple! Just send a card to someone you care about. It’s as easy as that! Whether you choose an electronic or physical card, make sure to include a personal message that captures the spirit of the season.

Activity Ideas:

  • Get in the Christmas spirit with Acoustic Christmas – here
  • Create Christmas cards for friends and family – here
  • Get creative with ideas for your Christmas card message – here