When it comes to the holidays, buying gifts for everyone on your list might seem like the hard part — at first. It's a little intimidating to stare at a nearly blank card and have no idea what to write in it. These simple Christmas wishes will help you get started writing cards for friends, coworkers, family, and loved ones.
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- "Merry Christmas! I put so much thought into your gift that now it's too late to get it."
- "Please note: Christmas is canceled. Apparently, you told Santa you have been good this year … he died laughing."
- "Is it just me, or does Santa look younger every year?"
- "Christmas is mostly for children. But we adults can enjoy it too, until the credit card bills arrive."
- "Eat. Drink. Be Merry. Have a wonderful Christmas!"
- Mention a funny memory: "Merry Christmas! I'll never forget the time you..."
- "Merry Christmas! Wishing you all the best this holiday season!"
- "Wishing you a Christmas that's merry and bright!"
- "Merry Christmas with lots of love."
- "I hope your Christmas is filled with joy this year!"
- "Happy Holidays! I hope all of your Christmas wishes come true."
- "Wishing you and your loved ones a blessed Christmas."
- "Merry Christmas! May God's love be with you."
- "May God bless your life with love and joy this holiday season."
- "May the spirit of Christmas be with you all year round."
- "All I want for Christmas is you."
- "I'm so lucky to be spending another Christmas with you!"
- "Merry Christmas! You're the best gift I could ask for."
- "Holidays like Christmas make me so grateful to share life with you."
- "Christmas is magical because we're together. "
- "The best of all gifts around any Christmas tree: the presence of a happy family all wrapped up in each other." —Burton Hills
- "Christmas is a season not only of rejoicing but of reflection." —Winston Churchill
- "My idea of Christmas, whether old-fashioned or modern, is very simple: loving others." —Bob Hope
- "Peace on earth will come to stay, when we live Christmas every day." —Helen Steiner Rice