What Are Western Christmas Cards?
By Morgan Hamilton
It is special occasion and you want to spend your joy with everyone this holiday season. Western greeting cards are not even in the minds of some people while others think it as the way to reach all the friends out there, in a manner that brings cheer to the recipients. People has been sending and receiving the same season’s greeting cards just like everyone and his sister do. I send western Christmas cards while not seeking any validation, but to send my cheers to my friend or receiver of the western Christmas card. Ever since I started sending out western Christmas cards I have been receiving compliments on my creativity and thinking about them in my time of joy.
Why should people rename Christmas season as holiday season and people send season’s greetings? It is Christmas for me and I will send only Christmas cards, sorry western Christmas cards. You may be wondering what exactly a western Christmas card is. I would like to explain it as an attempt to slight moving away from the tradition of repetition. Our regular Christmas cards come with all sort of things that usually come to minds – like snow, sleds, Santa, and the likes. People in desert areas too celebrate Christmas. Thus a cactus with a beautiful flower is equally appealing as snow and Christmas trees. Thus western Christmas cards give you a unique way of expressing thought. One big attraction of western Christmas cards is the motifs, borders and backgrounds. They always come with something quirky.
Some may wrinkle their foreheads, but definitely brings the spirit of Christmas. Christmas is so universal. The western Christmas cards I send out make my friends think about the idea. Traditional Christmas cards have an unmistakable Scandinavian flavor – you see they
all have thick forests, snow, pine trees, reindeers, sledges, Santa wearing thick woolen coat. Do you think it snows in Bethlehem or in many Asian countries? Sending western Christmas cards is acknowledging the universal nature of Christmas. Think about the images of Christmas. I know I sound a little rebellious. I like to be. But let the thought be with you. Don’t you think it appropriate to give Christmas symbols from around the globe?
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