Our favourite Christmas cards for 2019

Our favourite Christmas cards for 2019

Posted 18th Nov 2019

Our pick of the best 2019 Christmas cards and those important last posting dates!


December is just around the corner, which means it's nearly time for one of the biggest festive traditions – Christmas cards.

Though this may seem like an old-fashioned trend, the Christmas card industry is thriving – even despite our love for everything digital.

This December, why not take some time out and write some personal messages to your friends and loved ones? All you need are some Christmas tunes, a festive tipple, and a gorgeous set of cards!

But choosing which cards to go with is never an easy decision to make – after all, your card will be gracing your recipient's home for a whole month! 

If you want to see Your Home's pick of the best Christmas cards for 2019, read on and take your pick from our best buys.


1. Felt pom pom Christmas cards, £6 per pack of 12, Paperchase


Featuring simple illustrations, cute characters, and a quirky 3D pom pom design, these Christmas cards from Paperchase are a great choice for those wanting a clean and understated look.

Boxed cards are a must for people who have a Christmas card list longer than their arm, and at just £6 per pack of 12, each card costs just 50p!

Find out more at www.paperchase.co.uk.


2. Home Alone Christmas card, from £2.49 each, Scribbler


When it comes to humorous Christmas cards, Scribbler has got some great picks. 

We all know someone who is obsessed with Christmas films, and in particular Home Alone. Picturing Macaulay Culkin's (a.k.a Kevin) iconic Home Alone poster pose, accompanied by one of the film's most well-loved phrases, this card is a must-have for any filthy animals!

Though this card isn't available as a pack, Scribbler is currently running an offer which entitles customers to 4 standard-sized cards for £9.99.

Find out more at www.scribbler.com.


3. Brush Lettering Christmas cards, £8.50 per pack of 6, AbbieWorton at Etsy


Though a trip to the High Street is a given at Christmas, this season is also a great time to support smaller, independent businesses. 

Etsy is a fab find if you're looking for a card that is a bit more individual. Hosting a huge amount of independent businesses, including crafters, typographers and craftspeople, all you need to do is head to the website, place your order, and your handmade goods will be made and sent to you.

We're especially loving these brush-lettered Christmas cards from AbbieWorton at Etsy, priced at £8.50 per pack of six. 

Penning classic festive phrases in gorgeous fonts, complete with small illustrations, these cards definitely get a place on our wish list!

Find out more at www.etsy.com


4. I Spy Something Christmas cards, £5.75 per pack of 8, John Lewis & Partners


Reminiscent of the John Lewis & Partners 2013 Christmas advert featuring the bear and the hare, this gorgeous Guess How Much I Love You Christmas card collection is one of our favourites for this year.

Featuring the book's famous sweet hare illustration, teamed up with wintry blue and white colours, this card comes as a pack of eight, priced at £5.75, and includes a 10% charity donation. Plus there are two Nutbrown Hare designs to choose from!

Find out more at www.johnlewis.com


When are the last posting dates for 2019?

To make sure your cards arrive before the big day, it's best to keep an eye on Royal Mail's last posting dates. Find all the details you need about the last posting dates for Christmas 2019 below:

Royal Mail 2nd Class & 2nd Class Signed For: Wednesday 18th December

Royal Mail 1st Class & 1st Class Signed For: Friday 20th December

Royal Mail Special Delivery Guaranteed: Monday 23rd December

Last posting dates for international items will vary between countries. For full details, visit www.postoffice.co.uk.


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