G … is for Greetings and Gingerbread Men

Gingerbread menWe spoke about Christmas cards a few days ago, and how we love to send out Christmas greetings. So what exactly can we write? Here are a few examples I’ve collected for you:

We wish you a merry Christmas and all the best for the coming year.
Christmas greetings and all good wishes for your health and happiness in the coming year.
During this season of giving, let us take time to slow down and to enjoy the simple things. Wishing you a very special Christmas …
Best wishes to you and your family during this holiday season.
The gift of love, peace and happiness. May all these be yours at Christmas.
It’s the time of eggnog, candles, cakes, songs, reindeer, carols, laughter – and most importantly LOVE. Merry Christmas to you and your family.
May your home be filled with Christmas songs, cakes, candies and all the love that this festive season brings.
The spirit of Christmas should not be just for one day but for the whole year! Wishing you love, joy and peace the whole year round. Merry Christmas.
We hope that this Christmas will be for you a cheerful ending to the year and a great beginning to a happy new one.
And something a bit different …
You know what I got for Christmas this year? Stress from shopping around for the presents. Backache from decorating the house with Christmas lights. And 20 pounds from eating all the yummy Christmas food! Seriously though, it’s a wonderful time to spend it with great friends and family like you 🙂 Merry Christmas.

Gingerbread men make great Christmas presents or decorations. Here’s a recipe I found on the BBC website which you might like to try out.

 

 

 

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Written by Christine Burgmer

7. December 2014