Merry Christmas from . . .: 150 Christmas Cards You Wish You’d Received

Merry Christmas from . . .: 150 Christmas Cards You Wish You’d Received

150 of the World’s Funniest and Most Delightful Christmas CardsKaren Robert has spent the last several years tracking down the wonderful and wacky Christmas cards represented in this book—the best out of tens of thousands she has reviewed. Featuring everything from young couples in love, classic kids-‘n’-dogs, and quirky workplace situations to every incarnation of Santa—fat, thin, young, old, canine—these cards will surprise you with their irrepressible creativity. Some are heartwarming,

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  1. Gail Cooke says:
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    ‘TIS THE SEASON, October 25, 2008
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    Gail Cooke (TX, USA) –
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    There’ll be no question about getting into the spirit of the holiday season if you have a copy of this little book on hand. Merry Christmas From… is a collection of 150 Christmas cards. The subtitle describes them as cards “You Wish You’d Received.” Maybe yes, maybe no. Whether or not you wish they’d been dropped in your mail many of them are laugh-out-loud funny, others are tender, touching, all are highly imaginative, and really were sent.

    Author Robert has a rather unusual passion – Christmas cards. She’s spent several years finding all she can, and those included in this little volume are her best picks.

    It’s an easy guess that many folks devote their cards to their children, but few would think of posing their darlings as wee fairies among daffodils with the greeting reading “Have a fairy Merry Christmas” or placing their tiny baby under a Christmas tree with the greeting “God made her for us…Merry Christmas.”

    People are also funny and tender when it comes to sending photos of their pets. Picture a contented canine snoozing in a Santa cap, another in pseudo antlers asking “Do these antlers make me look fat?”

    What photo would you think appropriate to pair with Joan Rivers’ line “The only thing you don’t want to find in your stocking on Christmas morning is your husband”?

    There’s something for everyone in Merry Christmas From… Enjoy!

    – Gail Cooke

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  2. Lauren M. Burke says:
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
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    Clever and funny Christmas cards real people have sent, October 22, 2008
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    Lauren M. Burke
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    Bored with your yearly Christmas card? This book provides a lot of laughs and inspiration. The cards included were sent by regular people with a great sense of humor. Not only will you giggle as you flip through the pages, but it will inspire you to get creative this holiday season.

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  3. Jennifer K. Sullivan "Crafty Mommy (not!)" says:
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    Get into the holiday spirit!!!, November 18, 2008
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    Jennifer K. Sullivan “Crafty Mommy (not!)” (West Village- Mahattan) –
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    This book is inspiring and amazing! I’m filled with ideas for this years christmas card. All of the cards are original (meaning real people sent them to their friends and family) and either hit your funny bone or touch your heart with tidings of joy. Go out and buy copies for everyone, they are terrific stocking stuffers, thats what I just did!

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