Beautiful nostalgic Christmas cards from Sellmer Verlag
Classic Christmas cards with nostalgic motifs - for festive greetings
The classic Christmas card: Three writable pages. We deliver with an envelope. Delight your loved ones with a nostalgic Christmas card from Sellmer Verlag. Attractive, nostalgic motifs give your very personal Christmas message that special touch. Despite email, WhatsApp, Ecard and Co., a personally written Christmas card still delights the recipient in the run-up to Christmas. Our Christmas cards are characterized by a loving, Christmassy design. The motifs are hand-drawn and come from popular advent calendar motifs. Our Christmas cards are printed on high quality cardstock and come with a white envelope. A beautiful and unusual Christmas greeting in the run-up to Christmas.
In the digital age, a self-written, handwritten Christmas card is something special. It's something very personal and it's all the more appreciated by the recipient. A personal message, a poem, or a Christian verse all have enough space on our Christmas cards. Our classic Christmas cards do not have a ready-made impression, so they offer plenty of space for individual ideas.
Incidentally, Christmas cards were invented in England around the middle of the 19th century. At that time, the cards were still printed in black and white and were colored by hand. From London, the triumph of the Christmas card started, first to the USA and then to mainland Europe. Have you already discovered our Victorian Christmas cards, which were designed from scrapbooks from the early 20th century? In English-speaking countries, many Christmas cards are still written today, although a Christmas message is usually already preprinted on the card and the sender conveniently only signs the card.
All our Christmas cards can be sent at standard letter postage. An envelope is included, so all you have to do is individualize the Christmas card and throw it in the nearest mailbox. The recipient will definitely be happy. By the way, in many countries the Christmas cards are collected in the run-up to Christmas and e.g. E.g. in special Christmas card holders or on ribbons, or displayed.