Business Greeting Cards
Christmas cards help businesses connect with clients at a time when connection matters most. Christmas is the season of giving, and the New Year waits around the corner, offering a fresh sense of purpose and possibility. When you order custom Christmas cards from Cards for Causes, we donate 20% of your purchase price to a charity of your choice. You can select a cause you care about from our database of over 700 charitable organizations or add a charity that’s not yet on our list.
We pride ourselves on high-quality Christmas greeting cards that achieve your marketing goals and give back to the communities that matter to you. Personalized Christmas cards know no limits at Cards for Causes. You can any custom message to the inside of your cards, and our photo Christmas cards allow you to add a picture related to your business to the front of the card design you choose.
When you order custom Christmas greeting cards from us, we work with you to make sure the customization is exactly to your liking. Once you’ve approved your design, we mail the cards and envelopes to you so that you can add signatures and handwritten notes before sending them out.
Year in and year out, Christmas brings an economic boom across the United States and beyond. You don’t want to miss out, so it’s never too early to start planning your Christmas marketing strategy. Christmas greeting cards are a timeless tradition, and they provide an authentic, personalized touch that wins over customers and clients in every industry. There’s no better way to support your favorite charity during the holidays than giving your marketing a unique boost that makes clients take notice.
"May your Christmas be filled with peace, joy, and family fun."
"This Christmas, make memories that will last a lifetime."
"Merry Christmas, and don't start the party without me!"
"May your holiday season shine as brightly as your Christmas lights."
"Raise a glass to another year of health, happiness, and holidays spent with the ones we love."
Send out your Christmas cards to friends and family 2-3 weeks before Christmas day. A good way to do it is to send out Christmas cards during the first week of December to avoid your cards getting there too early or too late.
Christmas cards provide a material thing people can touch.
Writing things by hand makes things more personal in the digital age
Christmas cards can be kept for years as keepsakes
Everyone likes seeing a nice piece of mail instead of just another bill
Christmas cards keep you connected to friends and family
People display Christmas cards in their home which make the season more festive
Here are standard greeting card sizes:
A7 card - Dimensions: 5" x 7" - The Golden Ratio - matches an A7 envelope
A6 card - Dimensions: 4.5" x 5.75" - matches an A6 envelope
A9 card - Dimensions: 5.5" x 8.5" - Called Half Folds - matches an A9 envelope
A1 card - Dimensions: 3.5" x 5" - Mostly used for Thank You cards - matches an A1 envelope
May your holiday season be festive and fun.
Thanks for an amazing year! Wishing you a great holiday season and a fantastic New Year!
Thanks for being a great boss. I hope you get to relax this holiday season and see you in the New Year.
You make working here so much fun. Now you have a fun holiday!
Happy holidays to a great team member and friend—looking forward to doing great work together in the New Year.
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