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Wondering What To Write in a Christmas Card? We can help.

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Writing Christmas cards can be a challenge, especially if you’re sending out several. Here are five copy-and-paste Christmas messages you can use in any situation.

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Christmas cards are an easy way to spread cheer.
How to Write a Christmas Card

  1. Think of a Christmas card as a sort of “wrap-up” for the year.
  2. Add a personal touch.
  3. Wish the recipients well for the upcoming year.
  4. And if you don’t feel like writing your own message, we’ve written some ready-to-use messages you can write in your cards, regardless of whom you’re sending it to.

Our Gift to You

The most wonderful time of the year means it’s time to send out some Christmas cards. Not much of a writer or simply don’t feel like writing anything? Scroll down to find five ready-to-use Christmas messages. Consider it our gift to you!

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Copy-and-Paste Christmas Card Messages

For colleagues, friends, or family:

Dear ______________,
I hope your Christmas is full of love and that you have a joyous new year!


For young children, friends, or family:

Dear ______________,
You’ve been good all year long, so I hope you got everything you wanted and then some!


For your significant other:

Dear ______________,
The best gift I’ve ever been blessed with is you! Thanks for filling my life with cheer.


For your boss, colleagues, friends, or family:

Dear ______________,
I hope your Christmas is as bright as Rudolph’s nose!

Ho, ho, ho!

For close friends or family:

Dear ______________,
May this Christmas be one filled with love, happiness, and tranquility.


Tips for Writing Your Own Christmas Card

For those that do want to write their own Christmas cards but just need a little guidance, keep these pieces of advice in mind:

1. Think of the Christmas card as a sort of “wrap-up” for the year.

Thank them for either their help, love, or companionship throughout the year (or all of the above).

2. Add a personal touch.

What was the most memorable thing that happened this year? Perhaps you visited somewhere new together, or shared a lot of laughs?

3. Wish them well for the upcoming year.

It’s common to include New Year’s wishes in Christmas cards, so it’s okay to wish them well for the upcoming year.

4. Check your spelling and grammar.

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