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Web Sites for Holiday Sayings, Letters and Quotes

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I often find myself at a loss for words when it comes to writing my Christmas cards. I want them to be unique, festive, creative and personal. Yet it is not easy to come up with just the right sayings without sounding to cliche or to ordinary.

This year I decided to research the web to come up with some ideas for my holiday cards. Although the ideas I found were not my own, they were very helpful and inspired me to write my own holiday card for my friends, family and clients.

The web sites that I found most useful are listed below. If you are anything like me and waited until the last minute to come up with a personal holiday card, I am sure you will find these holiday web sites very useful.

Web sites for Holiday Sayings, Letters and Quotes:

Great Christmas Letters ~ Great Christmas Letters  offers tips and suggestions on how to write your letter. They also have numerous holiday phrases and sayings to help personalize your holiday cards and letters.

About.Com ~  shares holiday quotes from famous people. For example, there are several Charles Dickens Christmas quotes you might enjoy. Do you recognize this one? "I will honor Christmas in my heart, and try to keep it all the year."  From a Christmas Carol, by Charles Dickens.

The Quote Garden ~ The Quote Garden offers simple, eloquent holiday quotes. You may have heard some of them before, but they are still enjoyable and would work well on any holiday card.

321 Greetings ~ 321 Greetings shares inspirations holiday quotes, stories and prayers. This site is for more personal cards, probably more designed for family and close friends.  

There are hundreds of different web sites available where you can find various holiday quotes and sayings. I liked the variety of the four I mentioned above. They each offered something different and unique. Finding the right holiday card can be time consuming. With the help of these holiday websites I think you can narrow your search and find the perfect holiday card to share with your family, friends and clients.

Web sites for holiday sayings, quotes and letters!

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Comment balloon 6 commentsTerrie Leighton • December 09 2009 03:22PM


Well now I'm truly surprised that you would be at a loss for words, especially since you write so well and since we've spoken on the phone and the conversation didn't have one single lull in it.

But these definitely are great web sites to cure any writer's block one might have.

Hope all is well in the biggest little city in the world!


Posted by Craig Rutman, Raleigh, Cary, Apex area Realtor (Helping people in transition) over 9 years ago

Thank you Craig! I usually converse quite will with my friends but I tend to stumble a bit when trying to be creative with marketing or...writing an original Christmas card! The Internet is always a great place to find what you are looking for, isn't it?

Posted by Terrie Leighton, Reno Real Estate Agent ~ Selling Homes in Reno (Ferrari-Lund Real Estate ) over 9 years ago

Terrie, OMGoodness these dogs loookkkk so cute with their head bands.  I hope you had a great holiday look forward to 2010 comment exchange.

Posted by ~ Dallas Real Estate Agent Top Team (Dallas Houses for Rent Dallas Apartment Rentals ) about 9 years ago

Thanks Lynn! My dogs love to dress up ~ well not really but they are pretty good sports about it!


Posted by Terrie Leighton, Reno Real Estate Agent ~ Selling Homes in Reno (Ferrari-Lund Real Estate ) about 9 years ago

Thank you so much for this post and references to the websites. 

Posted by Tammy Deviley (RE/MAX Select REALTORS LLC) about 9 years ago

What a great idea.  I have to admit, time got away from me this year and I didn't even get to my Christmas cards. 

Posted by Chris Fisher (Your Virtual Assistant) about 9 years ago

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