Christmas is just around the corner and you’re in the mood to surprise your loved ones with something really special and unique this year. While most people now days send Emails, SMS and Ecards – theirs is nothing more personal and exciting then to receive an actual, hard copy, vivid, live postcard from someone. While sending an sms or an email takes only a second, writing and sending a postcard is something full of thought, planning and investment. When a person received a postcard – they know you went the extra mile to put a smile on their face – and it fills them with joy.
Why should I send a post card from the Holy Land (Israel)?
A holy postcard from the holy land: Sending a Christmas postcard from the holy land – Israel, the place where Jesus Christ was born – is the best way to reflect the holiday spirit and your true feelings towards your loved ones.
Going the extra mile: while anyone can send a postcard from their home – sending a post card from Israel shows you really thought about what will make that person happy. Your loved ones will receive a post card from Israel and they will be truly amazed and curious as for who sent them this beautiful post card. When they will see your name at the buttom of the postcard they will be truly moved and might even shed a tear. This means you went all out trying to do something special for them especially for the holidays. There is no better gift then to make them smile and feel loved.
Smiles, Joy and love – for almost no cost
You don’t have to spend all your savings in order to make your loved ones smile, feel endless joy and know you love them dearly – by sending them a postcard from the holy land – you can create those magical Christmas feeling with minimum cost.
In today’s modern world there is nothing more exciting than receiving a real postcard in the mail!
At Holy Land Christmas we offer to send out a REAL Post card that can include a custom message to anyone, anywhere in the world!
All postcards that will be ordered by November 30th 2011 will be mailed from Bet Lehem or Jerusalem on December 1st 2011.
For more information regarding shipping dates and our guarantee please visit our Terms page.
You can include up to 2 sentence of your choosing that I will write on the postcard!
Wishing you a Merry Christmas & happy holidays!