With the Holiday season coming up and people quarantined at home, holiday cards might be one of the good alternatives solutions to reach out to loved ones. Despite the pandemic, people want to celebrate traditions such as sending their best wishes to their friends, family members, co-workers, and acquaintances, and make the most of this very particular Holiday season. As a commercial printer, you might be preparing for the busiest times of the year in a different way this year. Will you adapt your product offer to create lighthearted Holiday cards that show the sillier side of this 2020 edition? Or will you create traditional cards to amplify the magical experience and move your customers’ minds away from their concerns for a minute?
Ultimate has gathered some creative holiday cards ideas that have been shared by various sources according to current themes. Some are sassy and others personalized with family photos, please read on.
Masks and Toilet Paper
Prior to 2020, masks were mostly associated to healthcare workers and dentists. Masks are now part of everyone’s reality, even Santa Claus’ and his deer’s. Notice the snowman made from toilet paper in the first holiday card example, which represents quite accurately how toilet paper became a rare commodity this year.
Social Distancing and Working from Home
Let’s admit it. Our video conference skills have never been stronger. Many professionals are now working from home and use platforms like Zoom to ‘’meet’’ with colleagues, partners, and customers. This practice has even found a way into our personal life with these new virtual family reunions taking place all over the world. Technically, we should talk about physical distancing in this case over social distancing.
This year, our homes became multi-purposed locations overnight. In 2020, it has been an office, daycare, school, gym, restaurant, theater and much more. Many spent their vacations in their backyards due to current travel restrictions.
Looking forward to 2021
We will remember the year 2020 forever. It will be a milestone in our journey and will probably appear in future History books. Despites the uniqueness of this year, we cannot wait to start 2021.
In 2019, the top selling seasonal cards were Christmas and holidays cards with 1.6 billion units purchased in the United States, according to the Greeting Card Association. What are your projections for this year? If you need advices from experts on imposition or finishing automation solutions, contact our team.