Christmas cards have special meaning and lets the person receiving the card to know they are significant and thought about during the holiday season. Some people may sent pictures in the mail or write long letters letting you know any family updates. Sending a nice thank you message for Christmas is a great way to reciprocate the thought and kind gesture. The following Thank You Christmas messages provide great samples of the kind of messages you can use.
Glad Tidings for Christmas and a Happy New Year.
I thank you for understanding my endless wondering for never giving up on me merry Christmas wishes.
May all the joys of Christmas fill your heart throughout the New Year.
May Christmas bring you Joy and the New Year every Blessing.
May the spirit of Christmas be with you throughout the New Year.
May you have the spirit of Christmas which is Peace, the gladness of Christmas which is Hope, and the Heart of Christmas which is Love.
May your Christmas be filled with joyful noise.
My heart swelled with deepest appreciation for your spirit of sharing and giving me hope grateful for your love and care happy christmas greetings.
Thank you so much for the great Christmas eve dinner what a nice way to start the holiday season we enjoyed seeing you again.
The Gift of Christmas is a precious reminder that we are loved.
The gift of love, the gift of peace The gift of happiness… May all these be yours at Christmas.
The Magic of Christmas never ends and its greatest of gifts are family and friends. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
Warmest greetings of the Season and best wishes for Happiness in the New Year with Christmas Blessings.
When shadows filled my view I felt the world fall apart you were there for me helped me rediscover my strength showing how brave I’ve been to stand the tests of life merry Christmas warmth.
Wishing you a Christmas overflowing with Love and Laughter.
Wishing you a Merry Christmas touched with wonder and filled with love.
Wishing you a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Wishing you Joy and Peace at Christmas and throughout the New Year.
With every wish for a very Merry Christmas and the Happiest of New Years.
Christmas cards were originally used in England as practice for boys writing skills. They would be presented as gifts to the parents during the holiday time. The first official Christmas Card did not appear until 1843 in London by Sir Henry Cole. It wished everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. More interesting facts and history about Christmas cards can be found in the infographic below.
Last month, more than 2 million people visited Brandon's blog. He shares exactly how he took his blog from zero to 1 million monthly visitors here. His path to success was not easy. Brandon had to comeback from being disabled, by a rare health disorder, for most of his thirties. God delivered him from hardship and has blessed his family in so many wonderful ways. You can send Brandon a message here.