Monday, 20 December 2010

Writing: How to Write A Christmas Card?

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By now, you should be getting some Christmas cards from clients you have worked with. Most of these cards come with greeting by default. "Seasons Greetings", "Christmas Greetings", "Merry Christmas and Happy New Year". If you want to reply them with a Christmas card by mail, just get anyone card and sign your name and the company name, slide it into the envelope, stick the stamp and then send it out.

Boring, but this is what people do.

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You may want to add one or two sentences by saying, "It has been a pleasure to work with your company" or "Wish your company continue to thrive!"

But can we be more creative then that?

No one said there has to be rules for the Christmas. I like to send e-cards with meaningful messages, most animated and more environmental friendly. If you like it, you can keep it; if you don't, you can delete it, no pollution, no tree dies.

Image from WWF Hong Kong
Image from WWF Hong Kong
Image from WWF Hong Kong

Here are some great websites with meaningful e-cards: