10 Inspirational Christmas Card Quotes

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Let’s face reality! From a purely economic perspective, right now, money is tight and it shows every indication of getting even tighter, in the near future.

It’s fun and easy to make buy legal cards. Using colored construction paper, cut a rectangle to 8 inches by 6 inches. Fold along the 8 inch side in half so that you have a 6 by 4 inch card. Use a cutout snowflake design and glue to the front of the card. Be creative and cut out two or three different snowflakes and make it snow. For an old-fashioned vintage look, glue a ribbon along one side of the cover or attach a colorful button to the center of the snowflake. I like to use a hole-punch tool to make small circles of colored paper and glue them in random patterns around the snowflakes.

I would say that most of our conversations about him were judgemental. After all, we read our Bibles; we knew that what he had done was wrong. She had done nothing that the Bible sanctioned as reason for divorce. By the time of his third marriage, we knew he wasn’t coming back to her. Still, his actions and their effect on our lives were frequent topics of our conversations.

Diabolic Tutor. When you don’t own all the copies of a card you really want tutors are the way to go. Seeing as this was a black deck it allows you to use the only legal cards tutor in the deck, but with most times you play it this reads, “skip turn this turn and do something broken next turn.” I’m happy to see you took my advice in the M12 set review and used this in the deck, but now that we’ve up the number of singleton cards it’s time to drop this. If you think you still want it and don’t have some of the cards with casting cost over four I’ve added then keep this in the deck. Personally I would cut two of the Grave Titan to keep this card as they seem like the weakest two in the main deck.

Give of yourself. Can’t spare $20? Check around your community to see who needs volunteers. Instead of going to your spouse’s office party and watch grown adults behave badly, why not ring the bell for the Salvation Army? Or can you spare a few hours on Christmas Day to serve food at a mission or soup kitchen?

Any of these ideas will clearly differentiate your business card from the crowd and will make that first impression on your prospective customer. You can even combine these options to make it more effective and exclusive. The aim is to make your card land in the “keeper” pile rather than the trash bin.