Writing a holiday card message can be challenging. Holidays can be stressful times. Thanks to this site, writing in a holiday card doesn't have to be tough.
Use the following resources to help write a great message. Major card holidays are covered well on this site. Just follow the link from below. Minor card holidays are covered toward the bottom of the page. You'll see an example of messages for each of those as well.
I wish my words could describe how sweet you are. I'll have to show you with my lips instead.
Examples for other Holidays
Not all holidays are major, but they might be a good time to reach out and send a card to someone special. These are some examples of messages for minor holidays not already covered on this site.
Fourth of July (Independence Day): "Let the fireworks begin! Happy Independence day! I hope you have a fun one." Grandparent's Day: "I am grateful to have such fun and supportive grandparents. You are a blessing" Martin Luther King Jr. Day: "This is a day to remember a great leader who made a big difference in history by living with dignity and grace. May your MLK Jr. day be filled with dignity and grace." Memorial Day: "Our great country can only exist because of the many who serve to defend our freedoms. Happy Memorial day!" New Years: "The new year brings many new opportunities. I'm wishing you a year full of fun adventures and blessing." St. Patrick's Day: "I-rish you a happy St. Patrick's day! Now kiss me. Don't pinch me." Thanksgiving: "I am thankful that thanksgiving only comes once a year. I already feel like stuffed turkey." Veteran's Day: "I know we don't say it often enough. Service people deserve a thank you more often. I'm feeling blessed today as I think of all those who have served our country."