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Sep

Whether you’ve just opened shop, have an established business, or are managing this year’s Christmas party and business Christmas cards, you’ll certainly need to send out those courtesy Christmas cards and important holiday party invitations to your employees and customers this year. With summer barely over, it may seem outrageous to think about the holidays already. But look how fast summer went and think of how good you’ll feel when it’s all done! No rushing around searching for cards and invites on top of getting your own personal Christmas shopping done.  Here are a few tips to help get you started on the holidays a little early this year!

1) The best thing you can do for yourself is to start shopping early! The earlier you start the more choices you’ll have and chances to make changes to your online cards. I’ve already seen several stores with their Christmas ornaments going up.

2) Make it personal! You can make your business Christmas cards personal by adding the name of your company on it or a photo of your whole crew. I think it’s a great way to make everyone feel special since it’s personalized.

3) Let your creativity flow! While it’s always appropriate to send cards with Christmas designs, you can also go the other way and be unique. These Tiny Prints cards show you don’t have to go with the typical red and green card to spread holiday joy and cheer!

business holiday card with leaves

business holiday cards with peppermint

4) Be unique. Send out cards with multi-function. Calendar cards like the ones below can be used throughout the year.

holiday calendar business holiday calendar

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