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Handmade Christmas And Holiday Cards From White Clover Paper Co.

Our collection of Christmas and holiday cards from White Clover Paper Co. features lots of hand painted watercolor designs, hand lettered fonts, and bright, festive colors. We offer holiday cards ranging from generic winter greetings that are inclusive for anyone you want to send a holiday note to, to religious cards for celebrating the meaning of Christmas. 

Who Should You Send Holiday Cards To?

The list of people you choose to send holiday cards to can be as long or as short as you like. Traditionally, Christmas cards were meant to be sent to people you were not going to see over the holidays to wish them well in person, so keep that in mind if you want to keep your list on the shorter side. However, many people these days send cards to everyone who is important to them or their family, whether you’ll see them over the holidays or not. Generally, the main groups of people you want to send out Christmas cards to are family, friends, coworkers, and community members. Think about the following lists to make sure you don’t forget anyone who might appreciate a card!


  • Parents
  • Siblings
  • Grandparents
  • Aunts, uncles, and cousins
  • In-laws
  • Families and in-laws of grown children
  • Extended family


  • Family friends
  • Old friends from school or college
  • Friends from current or previous jobs
  • Families of children’s friends
  • Friends from church or community groups
  • Neighbors


  • Upline or manager
  • Close coworkers
  • People you manage
  • Clients

Community Members

  • Teachers
  • Day care workers
  • Doctors and dentists
  • Postal workers
  • Hair stylist
  • Dog groomer
  • Local police and fire departments
  • Garbage collectors

What Organizations Send Christmas Cards To People In Difficult Situations?

The holidays are the perfect time to think of others in difficult situations. There are a number of organizations that send either store bought or homemade holiday cards to deployed Armed Service members, elderly individuals, and hospitalized children. Here are some organizations to check out if you want to brighten up someone’s holidays: 

What To Write In A Christmas Or Holiday Card

Your Christmas greetings don’t have to be long or difficult to write. Keep in mind who you are writing to, and let your relationship with that person set the tone for your holiday message. Writing to a family member you haven’t seen in a while? Tell them you miss them and can’t wait to see them at upcoming family gatherings. Writing to an old friend? Tell them how warmly you’re thinking of them during the holiday season. Writing to a coworker who brightens up your work life? Tell them you hope their holiday season is as spirited and bright as they are! Your holiday messages can be just one or two lines telling someone what they mean to you and that you wish them well for the holidays and the upcoming year. 

If you choose to write a letter detailing your last year to send along with your holiday cards, try to keep it general and brief enough to be interesting to everyone you choose to send it to. Most people won’t care to read a letter that sounds like you’re bragging, and most people won’t want to read a letter that sounds like you’re just complaining. Pick your most significant events from the past year and describe them briefly. If you have kids, maybe write a brief paragraph about each kid and what their current interests and activities are. Share what was most meaningful for you and your family, what you’re excited about, and what you’re thankful for. 

When Should You Send Out Holiday Cards?

Ideally, the best time to have your Christmas cards arrive at their destination is between the first of December and Christmas Eve. However, the “holiday season” begins with Thanksgiving, so having Christmas cards arrive late in November is fine. You also have a bit of extra time after Christmas as well if you become crunched for time- Christmas isn’t technically over until the end of the “twelve days of Christmas.” In order to hit this time frame, plan to send cards out sometime between mid November and late December. Keep in mind how many cards you are planning to send out and how much work you will have to put into addressing envelopes and writing personalized notes, and give yourself plenty of time to get these things done so you aren’t scrambling to get cards in the mail at the last minute! You can check the USPS holiday shipping deadlines for cards and packages for all holidays. 

What Is The Lead Time On Christmas Card Orders?

Any of our in stock items ship out in 1-2 business days. However, because our Christmas and holiday cards are seasonal items, we have limited stock available. If we have to restock a certain card, it could take up to two weeks longer to ship. Be sure to keep in mind possible shipping delays due to increased shipping volumes during the holiday season, and order as soon as you can if you’re buying cards online!

Why Choose White Clover Paper Co. For Holiday Cards?

At White Clover Paper Co, we offer holiday cards that are appropriate for whatever holiday sentiments you’re trying to send. Our hand painted designs are unique, offering something your friends and family haven’t seen at major retailers. Plus, all of our holiday cards are printed on 100% recycled paper, so you can feel good about the environmental impact we make!

Speak To The White Clover Team

Questions or comments about our holiday cards, or any of our other products? We’d love to hear from you! Contact a member of the White Clover team today!