Every December our mailbox gets stuffed with Christmas cards – and they’re all addressed to the previous owners! We hardly get any. But that’s okay because paper cards are so 20th-century. In the digital age, nothing expresses goodwill like a jpeg file that is cut and pasted onto an email. Or shared on a Facebook wall.
So to help you spread some Christmas cheer, below are some cards that I made last year. Most greeting cards say nothing at all about the true meaning of Christmas. I wanted something that conveyed at least a hint of the good news. For more images, check out the Grace Gallery.
What can you do with these Christmas cards?
To email: click on the image of your choice, then right-click on the image and select “send image”
To share: click on the image of your choice, then right-click on the image and select “copy image location”; go to the FB wall and post into your status bar or stick it on a friend’s wall