This postcard comes from Tirza from The Netherlands. It arrived slightly late, i.e. almost a month late but I am always happy to receive my postcards, regardless of how long they take. The Prettige Feestdagen on the postcard pretty much translates to “Happy Festive Season.” But for those of you who like to message me to dispute my translations with direct, yet linguistically incorrect translations in English, it directly translates to “Fun Festive Days.” Thank you so much Tirza! It really is a cute postcard.
This Christmas ad postcard comes from Thomas from Singapore. I have no idea why the postmark was made on the front of the postcard but that’s what happened. I find that super silly. Anyway, thank you for the postcard and I hope you had a wonderful Christmas and a pleasant 2014, Thomas.
This great Christmas postcard comes from Carey, who is from Alabama, USA. It is also my first ever Zazzle postcard, so thank you for that! I always browse the site in search of great postcards. Why do I get so side-tracked on this blog? Why don’t I just press backspace? I am I typing what I’m thinking? Thank you so much Carey, I hope that you and your family had a wonderful Christmas and that your new year will be a great one!
I’d have loved to put the other Christmas-theme postcards that I’ve received on my blog on Christmas day too but unfortunately, I was on holiday and these were waiting for me when I got home yesterday. But hey, it’s still the season to be jolly, right? This absolutely adorable postcard comes from Veronica, who lives in Spain. It really reminds me of that new Disney/Pixar movie, Frozen. As I saw this postcard I immediately thought of my hysterical laughter in the cinema when I saw the trailer, where the snowman tries to stop himself from sneezing and his head pops off. Anywho, so besides the point! Thank you Veronica!
Yet another absolutely awesome and funny Ruthe postcard comes from Susi in Germany. The conversation between Santa and Rudolph goes something like this: “What does the specialist think?” “It’s okay but I believe that the rooster is not a team player.” Love it! But Rudolph has now forever been ingrained in my memory as a total bully! Kidding! Thank you Susi and a merry Christmas to you and your family!
This postcard comes from Anja in Finland. It reached me in September already but I kept it for today to add to the Christmas postcard posts. It is quite a cute postcard, although, the September thing was quite odd to me. But I’m glad that I have it and I absolutely love it. I just wish that we had such clever dog breeds here in South Africa, so that I might teach it to sled as badly as this one does! Merry Christmas to you as well Anja!
This absolutely awesome Christmas postcard that merely says “festive greetings” in German comes as a surprise postcard from Ralf. I absolutely love it. I also appreciate the fact that Ralf sent the Christmas postcard when it was actually Christmas. I absolutely cannot deal with a mid-year Christmas postcard. Ralf you’re awesome, thanks a lot and a merry Christmas to you and your family as well!
This great Christmas postcard comes from Milena, who lives in Poland. I thought it was just a stunning postcard and a great gesture on her part. I really wish you and your loved ones a Merry Christmas and a blessed new year in 2014, Milena. Thank you!
Of the 6 Christmas postcards that I received, 4 came from Germany. Really, these people do have the holiday spirit! This very cute one comes from the ever-so-awesome Debbie. It basically just says: “Merry Christmas and best wishes for the new year.” Thank you Debbie and a Merry Christmas to you too!
This has to be my sexiest postcard. A Christmas with a Santa like that has to be a very merry Christmas! At any rate, the postcard comes from Nico and I think it’s pretty darn awesome. Since it’s Christmas today, it is just right that I post all my Christmas postcards to my blog. Thank you very much Nico!