The Craft of Christmas Greetings: Warming Hearts With Words

Who says Christmas greetings have to be dull? It’s time for a change!

As snowflakes dance outside (or not, depending on your location), many of us are thinking about how to write heartfelt greetings in English.

Fear not, dear reader; Santa’s little helper is here! I’ve got three golden tips for you to write inspiring Christmas messages:

  1. Be personal. Forget generic words; incorporate something personal about the recipient.
  2. Use quotes. Spread Christmas cheer with wise words from great minds or famous Christmas stories. For example, Charles Dickens said, “I will honour Christmas in my heart and try to keep it all the year.”
  3. Connect past and future. Reflect on the past year and send hope and good wishes for the year ahead. As we reflect on this year’s successes and challenges, let’s hope the next year brings us fresh achievements, happiness and exciting opportunities.”

We send Christmas greetings not only out of habit, but to show we care about the people in our lives.

Let’s touch hearts and bring smiles to faces with our words this year! 

Can this message can inspire you to compose your own?*

Dear [Client’s Name],

As the holiday season approaches, I want to thank you for your unwavering support and trust throughout the year. Your confidence in my abilities has played a significant role in my achievements.

I appreciate the opportunity to work with you and contribute to your business goals. Your dedication and entrepreneurial spirit inspire me to do my best in every project we take on.

I wish you a Christmas filled with joy, victories and special moments with your loved ones.

May this festive period bring you renewed energy and fresh ideas for the upcoming year.

Thank you once again for your continued support.

Here’s to an extraordinary New Year.

With kind regards,

[Your Name]

*Written with a little help from my friends: ChatGPT, Bard, DeepL Write and Perplexity.


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