Holiday Card Project 2013

Thank you to everyone who participated. The deadline for submitting cards has passed.

People who e-mailed us comments and questions are the first people contacted, right after Labor Day.  If you have not yet contacted us, but would like to be notified next year, please .  

 

Soldiers' Angels is a nationally recognized non-profit foundation celebrating ten years of service to our troops and their families.  Our primary mission is the adoption of members of the military while they are deployed overseas. If you would like to adopt a soldier or provide other support, please visit our Web site.  If you are part of a group that wishes to adopt a soldier, please e-mail .  

 

Cards for Downloading

If you would like to get a head start for next year, you can still download holiday cards here.  (Remember that you can also use store-bought cards or make your own.)  There are nine different designs.  Seven of the designs are in both color and greyscale.  Two are only in greyscale.  I recommend printing colored cards on white or cream paper and greyscale cards on colored paper.  

If you have original artwork that you would like to have made into a card which hundreds of people may send to our troops next year, please .  

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These cards are in Adobe Acrobat.  You will need the Adobe Reader to read them.  If you do not have Adobe Reader, click on the link to the right to download and install the reader.

  Religious, Christmas

Front: manger scene, "For unto you is born this day in the city of David
a Savior, which is Christ the Lord."

Inside: "Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will toward men."

  Religious, Christmas

Front: People walking toward a church, "A Happy Christmas"

Inside: "Know that you are appreciated, and are with us in our hearts and prayers."

 

 

Semi-Secular, Christmas

Front: Santa and reindeer

Inside: stack of boxes labeled for Afghanistan, Djibout, Ships at Sea, etc.

MPSA stands for Military Postal Service Agnecy.

  Semi-Secular, Christmas

Front: children building a snowman.

Inside: "Wishing you all the joys
of the holiday season."

This card is only available in greyscale.

  Religious, Hanukkah

Front: a hand reaches out to light a candle.  "Once again, a nation is set free."

Inside: "Wishing you all the blessings of the festival of lights."

  Religious, Hanukkah

Front: a menorah crowned by a Star of David, with "Shalom" beneath.

Inside: "Wishing you all the blessings of the festival of lights."

This card is only available in greyscale.

  Kwanzaa

Front: kinara of candles labeled with the Seven Principles.

Inside: "Here is hoping that Kwanzaa finds you in the best of health and happiness."

 

 

Secular

Front: a soldier hands a flag to a little girl.  "Freedom is the Greatest Gift of All."

Inside: A cheering crowd and "Happy Holidays and Thank You from those of us back here on the home front!"

  Secular

Front: frozen branch in front of waterfall.  two quotes.  "Every winter is a promise of springtime and new life," in the image and "May the beauty of the season fill your heart with joy. 

Inside: "And may the new year bring you safely home."

  Secular

Front: ice skating girl in a border of ribbons and party hats.

Inside:  "May 2014 bring you health, wealth, happiness, and safely home."

  Secular

Front: smiling snowman.  "Let winter put a little smile on your face."

Inside: "Best wishes for a happy holiday and a wonderful new year!"

Younger children may prefer to color one of these patriotic holiday-themed pages.
Print to standard 8.5" x 11" paper.

                  

If you have card designs you would like to share, please .  Your graphics must be original or royalty free, or you must have written permission from the artist to include them.

 

 

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