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2014 Collection: Funny Greeting Cards For Winter Holidays

Updated on December 13, 2014

The beautiful month of December is here again, and with it comes many winter celebrations. So as last year, I am taking the opportunity to share some rather unusual winter holiday greeting cards from my private collection. Some of these cards are amusing because of editorial goofs, while others seem to suffer from lack of design scrutiny, and still others are noticeably irreverent. In addition to standard greeting cards, I am including a few that have been emailed to me over the years. If you have a good sense of humor -and I hope you do!- I think you can be entertained by these cards.

This first card is a prime example of why even the most experienced of greeting card spell-checkers should keep a dictionary on hand.

Now this one might pass spell-check, but unless the giver is the owner of a car wash, I just don't see this message going over well.

I think they were going for "beauty of the season" with this one and just missed the mark. Still, it rather works, right? Booty, stocking, same difference. And what wide-eyed youngster doesn't want to wake up on Yule morn to find the stockings filled with goodies? Or, as pirates call it, booty! See, works all around.

Ok, I can't be so generous about this one. Unless the designers purposely created it with dyslexic customers in mind. But somehow, I just doubt that.

I have heard of happy holidays..and I guess under some circumstances,someone needs a hat more than they need anything else.

Hm. Maybe a card for the experienced rioter on your list?..

Then this one - the ideal greeting card for that special germaphobe in your life!

If you like vintage cards, here's an attractive one. And while I don't know who Carol Ing was, I dare say she left quite the visual impression on the card designer.

Yes, I know..just a case of negligent spelling. But it made for a joke!

If you want a card that acknowledges the various holidays in general, no sentiment surpasses the old-fashioned Seasons Greetings. Especially if you're mailing it from Alpha Centares and want to beat the December postal rush.

Of course, contemporary sentiments are never out of line. Unless perhaps, it is this one.

Messages pertinent to the respective holiday is always appreciated by the devout.

Here we have a nice Hanukkah greeting. Sure, pink sea monsters have absolutely nothing to do with the Jewish celebration, but what the heck, the designers made a pretty card!

As a pagan, I especially like to browse the Winter Solstice selections in the card bins. And this charming card reminds all good pagan children that each and every Yule eve, the Great Squash will rise from the squash patch, and bestow toys and candies on the child that has harvested the most sincere crop. At least that's what Linus van Pelt told me.

It goes without saying that our Christian friends have cornered the market on inspirational greetings for a very long time.This pertinent card reminds us about the visit of the Magi; and most especially of the historically much-overlooked fourth Magi, Herman - who brought baby Jesus the awesome gift of beer and German cuisine!

Greeting cards can be educational, too. Until coming across this card, I would never have guessed that baby Jesus and baby Harry Potter were one in the same!

Nothing says I care about you and want to spend time with you like warm images of hearth, home, family or friends. And nothing says I CARE ABOUT ME, ME, ME like a solitary game of golf. So, here you go...

Nature is certainly beautiful this time of year. I like those greeting cards that showcase nature's finery.. December snowflakes on the wind, evergreens reaching majestically for the heavens, snow kissing the mountaintops, picturesque smog over Bejing..


As promised, here are a few greetings friends have shared via email. This first one was received by a male friend, and as you can see it really warms the cockles of the heart.

This one from a friend who is a big Scarface fan.

A FB friend -and fellow Game of Thrones fan- forwarded this one.

And last but not least: this arrived from a friend who, just like me, is a big fan of animated holiday specials, but not so won over by the films of Rob Zombie.

This Hub ┬ęDecember 13, 2014 by Beth Perry


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  • poetryman6969 profile image


    4 years ago

    Some funny flubs!

  • bethperry profile imageAUTHOR

    Beth Perry 

    5 years ago from Tennesee

    Thanks DDE :)

  • DDE profile image

    Devika Primi─ç 

    5 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

    Beautiful and such great choices.

  • bethperry profile imageAUTHOR

    Beth Perry 

    5 years ago from Tennesee

    Oh thank you praseto30! I wish you a very warm and happy holiday season!

  • prasetio30 profile image


    5 years ago from malang-indonesia

    Beautiful and I like it. Thanks for sharing with us. Christmast always beautiful and many people wait this moment. Good job and vote up!

  • bethperry profile imageAUTHOR

    Beth Perry 

    5 years ago from Tennesee

    Thanks and will do, LadyFiddler!

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    Joanna Chandler 

    5 years ago from On Planet Earth

    LOL funny cards but different from the usual stuff so i guess it will be cool to give someone one.

    Have a swell day and remember to be a good girl Betty or else your booty will be empty on Christmas day. ha ha ha

  • bethperry profile imageAUTHOR

    Beth Perry 

    5 years ago from Tennesee

    Nell, I have done my job then! Thanks much for the visit and so glad you enjoyed the collection.

  • Nell Rose profile image

    Nell Rose 

    5 years ago from England

    LOL! oh now these did make me laugh! love the loot one, I was singing the song, with loot instead of look! I love your funny sayings, cards and cockups! lol! voted up and shared!

  • m abdullah javed profile image

    muhammad abdullah javed 

    5 years ago

    I hope so. Thanks for the kind wishes Beth. Praying for your well-being.

  • bethperry profile imageAUTHOR

    Beth Perry 

    5 years ago from Tennesee

    It is my pleasure, m abdullah javed and thank you for visiting. I hope this month brings you much warmth and happiness :)

  • m abdullah javed profile image

    muhammad abdullah javed 

    5 years ago

    Very interesting Beth. Messages and the corresponding narrations are so interesting that I am still over there. Thanks for setting an interesting platform for the year ahead. Thank you for the share.

  • bethperry profile imageAUTHOR

    Beth Perry 

    5 years ago from Tennesee

    travmaj, thank you! LOL

  • bethperry profile imageAUTHOR

    Beth Perry 

    5 years ago from Tennesee

    Jodah, I am tickled they gave you a laugh. And you're right; the goofs are more desirable to keep than the regular ones.

  • bethperry profile imageAUTHOR

    Beth Perry 

    5 years ago from Tennesee

    Thank you Phyllis!

  • travmaj profile image


    5 years ago from australia

    Beth, you never fail to make me laugh - this is hilarious. Such a fun way to wake up this morning. I'm washing you and yours a Cerry Mhristmas. Watch out for the missiles. Cheers, Maj

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    John Hansen 

    5 years ago from Queensland Australia

    Love these Beth gave me a good laugh with Christmas approaching. If I got some of those cards I'd keep them rather than throwing out in the New Year.

  • Phyllis Doyle profile image

    Phyllis Doyle Burns 

    5 years ago from High desert of Nevada.

    I love chuckle hubs and this one is tops. Good job, Beth.


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