The Christmas card is usually a greeting card sent within the traditional celebration of Christmas to be able to convey between people a array of sentiments related to the Christmas and winter season. Christmas cards are usually exchanged over the weeks preceding Christmas Day by some people including non Christians.
Traditional words are used and reads wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. There are an outstanding variety of versions for using words like these, many cards expressing additional religious Greetings, or containing a poem, prayer or Biblical verses.
Britain’s traditional Christmas cards are of that of a nativity or a snowy scene. We have even Rudolf reindeer and Santa claus.
The first Christmas card was created in 1843. John Calcott Horsley Printed and sent the first Christmas card to his close friend Sir Henry Cole. This was the man who gave John Calcott Horsley the idea.