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Christmas cards are not the only way to get a season’s greeting to your loved ones. Consider sending out “Happy New Year” holiday cards during the holiday season instead. Shutterfly offers a variety of different colors when shopping for Holiday New Years cards in beige, red, and pink.
Seriously, think about just how busy the holidays can be. From the moment Black Friday hits to the night St. Nick makes his rounds, there is nary a moment to sit down and tackle a stack of cards. Sure, you could do them in November, but chances are you are still reeling from the sugar crash of Halloween and are gearing up to sit around a table for marathon dining over Thanksgiving.
Creating New Year’s cards allows you to procrastinate a bit longer while still getting in on the holiday spirit. People wish a happy new year for days -- even weeks -- after the big event, so if you are a few days after the first, it will still work just fine. It is also likely to stick around on the fridge a bit longer instead of being packed away with the tree since it is not specifically geared towards the Christmas season.
New Year card options range from classic to monogrammed New Year's cards with a simple script, as with the lively colors and fun design of the merry & bright New Year’s cards. Add a hint of glitz to the moment with one of the foil-stamped options. For an extra-festive touch, pour a handful of confetti or glitter to the envelope before sealing. Take note, however, that this is not always the best way to endear yourself to some adults (read: those responsible for vacuuming), but you will be a hit with the youngsters in the crowd.
“Happy New Year” holiday cards have fast become a growing trend, and for good reason. Send inspirational new year messages a week later this year, guilt-free.