Smorgasbord Christmas Posts from Your Archives – A Bit About Christmas Cards by Mike of A Bit About Britain.

Last week, Mike want crackers about Crackers, now learn how Christmas Cards came to be 😎

Smorgasbord - Variety is the spice of life

As we prepare to send real cards or even Ecards this Christmas we will be focusing on the image and the sentiment.. but where did this festive tradition begin.. I am not sure but I know a man who does… Mike of A Bit About Britain

A Bit About Christmas Cards by Mike of A Bit About Britain.

Christmas cards, the tradition, the history

Nostalgic Christmas card scene. The perfect English village in snow. Looks like something out of Bridget Jones’s Diary. Few people ever lived like this and most still don’t.

Received wisdom is that it’s always good to get into a business that makes money on Christmas Day. And it could be argued that Christmas cards fall into that category. The Greeting Card Association told me that in 2015 we bought 1 billion Christmas cards (boxed and single) in the UK, at a cost of £384 million. Those figures are staggering – almost…

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4 thoughts on “Smorgasbord Christmas Posts from Your Archives – A Bit About Christmas Cards by Mike of A Bit About Britain.

  1. Nice! So, are you currently accepting guest posts, by any chance? I have a few ideas that are relevant to your blog. Maybe a story about how a book changed my life? Thanks for letting me know. Mollie

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