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The wreath is a holiday tradition that predates Christmas. In classical times the wreath was a symbol of status and victory. In Christianity it’s circular shape symbolizes eternity and perfection. It is a popular symbol for Advent as well as Christmas and can be associated with harvests too.
In November and December, it's especially important to keep an eye on your mailbox. Christmas cards start streaming in from friends and family near and far, so it's a good idea not to let that stack of envelopes pile up too high. When it's time to send out holiday cards of your own, you want to make sure they arrive to your recipients at the perfect time. Christmas cards that arrive before t...Read More...
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Start by selecting your favorite card cover featuring a Christmas wreath. Customize the inside of any greeting card with a custom or preset message, logo, photo, signatures and sender line. It’s easy to donate 20% of a card order cost and add a charity line to the inside of cards.
Some of the most popular covers of cards that feature wreaths are stylized or feature high-resolution photographs. You may prefer to send a card that has an artistic rendition of a seasonal winter wreath or a photograph with one or more wreaths, which are often set off against winter backgrounds.
Wreaths appear on Christmas cards and other seasonal greetings. While Advent wreaths are historically significant for Christians, wreaths date back to ancient Greece and Rome. The Greek word “diadema,” which translates to wreath, means “a thing bound around.” Wreaths are associated with Christmas but are not exclusive to this holiday.
The interior message of a Christmas card tends to be determined by the cover message. Many wreath card covers include festive references to Christmas and winter holidays. The sender may take an opportunity to express his or her appreciation for clients or customers or put personal touches inside a card.
Although the practice of making wreaths dates all the way back to ancient Greece and Rome, Christians made Advent wreaths to symbolize the strength of faith through the winter. Whereas laurel wreaths were used by Greco-Romans during the Olympic Games, the evergreen wreaths portrayed on cards are considered Christmas decorations.
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