One of the ways to say thanks to your social media followers is to send them Christmas Greetings. You can publish these to your timeline, pages, or to your groups. For those special people send them in a private message or post them to their timeline.
Last year I published sets of Christmas Greetings images with text already added: Free Christmas Facebook Images. This year I’ve made 30 square Christmas images suitable for Facebook, Pinterest and Instagram. (plus other social media sites that fully display square images, which discounts Twitter)
So that you can create your own unique greetings, I didn’t add text. You can post them as they are, with a message, or add your own text using an image editor such as Canva. In Canva choose to create a Social Media image and not a Facebook Post image. The Social Media canvas on Canva is 800px x 800px the same as these images.
Add a Quote
There are plenty of good quote sites but it takes a while searching them for quotes short enough for picture quotes. To save you time, I’ve compiled a list of 30 Christmas Quotes that will fit on these images. I couldn’t resist adding some humorous seasonal quotes too.
Quick and Short
Add a short greeting such as Merry Christmas, Seasons Greetings, Christmas Wishes.
If any of your followers don’t celebrate Christmas you can still send them thanks and greetings such as Happy Holidays. It’s a time for wishes of peace and goodwill to all.
A bit longer
For ideas take a look at these:
- Christmas Card Messages and Verses from Home Made Gifts Made Easy
- 44 Different Holiday Card Messages for Small Businesses by Bourn Creative
I’ve put the images together in a zip file:
I’ve spent all this time on these images only to forget to send snail mail cards to friends and family overseas. They might not get there in time now. It looks as if I’ll be using these digital images more than I thought. I don’t send out nearly as many cards by mail as I used to. What about you?
I’ll leave you with this quote by Dr Zeuss ‘
“Christmas doesn’t come from a store,
Maybe Christmas perhaps means a little bit more”
Do you have any favorite Christmas quotes or sayings?
My friend, fellow blogger, and published author, Monna Ellithorpe, has written a guest post for us. I’ll publish it next week. Please look out for it because she has a very special free offer for readers of this blog!