3D Pop-up Christmas Greeting Cards

Written by on August 11th, 2016 // Filed under Blog

The custom of sending Christmas cards was started in the UK in 1843 by Sir Henry Cole. He was a civil servant (Government worker) who had helped set-up the new ‘Public Record Office’ (now called the Post Office), where he was an Assistant Keeper, and wondered how it could be used more by ordinary people.

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Sir Henry had the idea of Christmas Cards with his friend John Horsley, who was an artist. They designed the first card and sold them for 1 shilling each. (That is only 5p or 8 cents today(!), but in those days it was worth much much more.) The card had three panels. The outer two panels showed people caring for the poor and in the centre panel was a family having a large Christmas dinner! Some people didn’t like the card because it showed a child being given a glass of wine! About 1000 (or it might have been less!) were printed and sold. They are now very rare and cost thousands of Pounds or Dollars to buy now!

Nowadays, cards have all sorts of pictures on them: jokes, winter pictures, Santa Claus or romantic scenes of life in past times. Charities often sell their own Christmas Cards as a way raising money at Christmas.

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MaiGreetings is a leading pop-upcard wholesale supplier in Vietnam. Every Christmas season, we bring our beautiful hand-made pop-up cards all over the world as an amazing, heart-warming gift to your family and friends.


From the clever hands of Vietnam craftsmen, 3D pop-up Christmas greeting cardshave been bringing the best wishes to Christians around the world.

Cr: http://vietpopupcards.blogspot.com/