Wish anyone in your life a Happy Valentine’s Day with these free downloadable eCards. Just click on an image below, save the file and send it in an email, on social media or you can even print them out! Have fun spreading some joy this Valentine’s Day!
Stumped on writing that perfect holiday greeting? Or just looking for some inspiration to expand your regular repertoire of holiday messages? We’ve got you covered! Whether you’re looking for something short & sweet or something with a little humour, we’ve got some options below to help you craft that perfect message!
Messages to business associates:
Simple & straightforward – Everyone at [company name] wants to wish you a Happy Holidays and prosperous New Year.
More personal – Looking back on this past year, we see just how lucky we are to have people like you supporting us. Thank you so much for helping to shape our business. Happy Holidays.
Humorous – During this holiday season we wish that your heart be full…and your inbox empty!
Messages to employees and colleagues:
Simple & straightforward – To you and yours, we send wishes of a happy Holiday season. We are grateful to have you as part of our [company name] family.
More personal – Our business couldn’t be luckier to have quality team members like you on board. Thanks for your ongoing hard work and support. Happy Holidays to you and your family!
Humorous – Happy holidays from the guy/girl who bothers you five days a week!
Messages to friends and family:
Simple & straightforward – May the holiday season fill your home with joy, your heart with love, and your life with laughter.
More personal – You always made the holidays a special time for me. Now, I hope you can feel my love and gratitude from far away. Sending you my warmest wishes and blessings.
Humorous – “It’s all fun and games until Santa checks the naughty list.” Let’s hope he wasn’t paying close attention to us this year! Thanks for being such a great friend, it’s been fun spending time with you over the year. Here’s to a fabulous new year!
We hope these suggestions have helped. If you would like to create your own personalized greeting cards, head over to our online store for some Do-it-Yourself options. There you’ll also find envelopes, labels and a variety of coloured pens to make your holiday greetings extra special!
It’s the season of giving. But between work, family and preparing for the holidays, you might not have much time or energy left to give.
The good news? Giving back doesn’t have to be an overwhelming task. Consider any of these options!
If you can spare your time
Contact a local shelter or donation centre and ask if they could use a few extra hands. Many charities are looking for more volunteers around the holidays. You can also go through a volunteer organization to find the right match.
If you can spare some funds
An office fundraiser is a great way to give back if you’re too time-strapped to volunteer. A simple option is to become the office fundraiser; pick a charity, then send out an office-wide email asking for contributions.
If you can spare coats or non-perishables
Winter clothes can be a big expense for low-income households. And no one should go hungry during the holidays. Set up two bins at the front of the office — one for winter clothes like hats, mittens and coats, and the other for non-perishables — then put up posters around the office asking for donations. Choose a cut-off date for donations, then take the items to your local food and clothing bank.
Having trouble choosing a cause? Make it a democracy. Choose a handful of charities and send out an email asking everyone to vote. The popular option wins!