August 29, 2018 • Sam Ujvary
The Fourth-Quarter Frolic
While summer is slow in terms of fixed holidays on the calendar, fall and early winter are quite the opposite. Stay on your toes and speak to every customer that comes through your door with a supply of enticing cards and invitations. Also keep your eye on the faith-related category: These are not your grandmother’s religious cards!
Spooky Spends Halloween can be considered at best a minor card-sending holiday. According to a Greeting Card Association statistic from 2012, some 21 million cards are exchanged. Still that number is nothing to sneeze at — get in on the action with some of these creepy cuties.
Gorgeous Gratitude Celebrate family and friends — or invite them to sit down for a as well as a table full of fabulous food with these bountiful finds.
An Icy Holiday As blues and greys assert their presence in the Christmas category, that offers an opportunity to juxtapose them with Chanukah finds.
Keeping the Faith Who says religious cards need to be stodgy? Certainly not these designs.