Although your selection will somewhat be determined by your budget, however much you have to spend on cards, you will probably be spoilt for choice. Whether you go for a traditional biblical scene, one depicting a winter landscape or a more modern design, the choice of image displayed by your card is down to your personal preference and what you think your recipients would like. Although Christmas cards are most commonly sold in multiples, luxury cards (often hand-made with fancy additions such as ribbons, beads or a seasonal cut-out) or those aimed at a specific family member are often available individually to buy. You might decide to buy the majority of your cards as those in multipacks – it does tend to be more economical to do this - but buy a small number of individual cards for those closest to you. This means that while you can’t choose a specific card for everyone, you can tailor your choice of card for those people that mean the most to you. It might be traditional to shop for cards at department stores and card shops on the high street, but don’t forget to look at internet card stores, as they often stock a different range of cards to those available elsewhere, some of which will be unique.
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