Colonial Christmas Embossed Christmas Cards
Send your loved ones a warm holiday greeting with the Colonial Christmas Embossed Christmas Cards. These cards feature a greeting of Happy Christmas beneath the painting Colonial Christmas by Mark Keathley. Inside reads, ““Wishing you a Christmas full of hope and gladness with thoughts of good cheer as you enter a bright new year!”. These cards come as a set of 16 with envelopes included and boxed packaging for easy storage.
- Set of 16 cards
- Cards measure 5.25" X 8.25"
- Embossed detailing
- Printed with agri-based inks on recycled paper
- Made in the USA
The first Christmas in early America was celebrated by Spanish conquistador Hernando de Soto and his exploration crew near Tallahassee, Florida. As early American colonies began to officially settle in the New World, many continued the Christmas festivities that they celebrated in their home country with feasts, a merry-making atmosphere, and the continuance of important traditions. Colonies like Williamsburg were known for decadent Christmas feasts and balls, wreath-adorned houses, and cozily lit, 6-ft tall iron street baskets, known as cressets. Today, Williamsburg remains a wonderful place to visit during the holiday season to see festivities re-created with food, music, dancing, shopping and cheer.
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Have looked for wonderful Christmas cards for several years and have found the most gorgeous cards the last two years from Williamsburg
Not a Williamsburg original, just a colonial picture Disappointing!