Christmas Sayings: What to Write in a Christmas Card
Many people make their own Christmas cards, but may not know what to write as the message. You can read through the following list to help give yourself ideas and narrow down what you want to express this holiday season. You may want to make the saying inspirational, funny, or just fun.
Examples of Christmas Card Sayings
- May your face, fingers, toes and nose stay warm this winter season.
- Have a peaceful, joyful, and magical Christmas.
- May your heart be warm with the love that surrounds you this Christmas.
- Most people end up standing under the mistletoe with their money at Christmas time. They kiss their money goodbye as their friends and relatives open their presents.
- May our Lord Jesus warm your heart this Christmas, New Year and all year long. Merry Christmas
- Wishing you a Christmas that’s fat and jolly just like Santa Claus.
- Tis the season to eat, drink and be merry.
- May the love of Christ fill your heart with warmth this Christmas. May the love of family fill your house with warmth and laughter.
- Wishing you all the toys you want, all the eggnog you want, and all the other things that bring Christmas cheer.
- Christmas is a good time to send cards to those who are special. You’re one of the people I wanted to send a card. Merry Christmas to a very special person.
- Remember that the reason for the season is for the sake of the economy. Happy buying season to all.
- If we could only have the Christmas cheer all year long, then we would all be totally stressed out.
- I thought it would be better to not send a phony Christmas message this year and attempt to be real and honest. Here it is: “Santa is NOT real.” Merry Christmas.
- If elves were real and there is only one Santa, then the elves could definitely take over the North Pole if there were an uprising.
- It’s the most busiest, stressful, time of the year!
- The irony of Christmas is that we lie to our kids telling them that there is a guy who loves you and gives gifts for free and knows what you are thinking. Then we expect them to believe and trust in Jesus when they are teenagers and have a drug problem.
- Jesus’ last name was Christ, but Mary’s last name was not Christ, so stop saying “Mary Christmas.”
- Thanksgiving is a holiday that centers around gluttony as we eat as much as possible. Christmas is the perfect follow-up since it centers around everyone getting new clothes to fit into.
- Having two Thanksgivings instead of Thanksgiving and Christmas would allow us all the weight gain without the loss to the wallet.
- WWJTASC: “What would Jesus think about Santa Clause?”
- Can you blame kids for not believing in a guy who performs miracles, loves kids, and knows if you’ve been bad or good?