3 September Holidays to Create a Personalized Greeting Card

How is it September already? The summer sun is going back into hibernation and the kids are all heading back to school. The Halloween decorations are gracing our presence in every store we walk into. I think this is the perfect time to throw on a pair of sweatpants, light a pumpkin spice candle, and sip on some apple cider. Now that you’re relaxed, let’s get those cards personalized for our special family and friends (because they’re not going to personalize themselves)! Here are 3 September Holidays that are perfect to create a personalized greeting card for:

Rosh Hashanah (September 6th)

L’shanah tovah! Lasting for two days, this special festival celebrates the Jewish New Year. It is a time for people to reflect on the past and think about their priorities in life. It is a time to make a fresh start. With the crazy year we’ve had during the pandemic, we could all use a fresh start! With the large variety of Rosh Hashanah holiday cards, The Greeting Card Shop makes it easy to personalize a card for all of your family members and friends that you may not be able to see in person this New Year.

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Grandparents Day (September 12th)

Did you know that Grandparents Day is an official national holiday? Signed by President Carter in 1978, it’s celebrated on the first Sunday after Labor Day. We celebrate Mother’s Day and Father’s Day, so it’s only fair that we celebrate our Grandparents too! This is an excellent opportunity to spend some quality family time together, either in person or via Zoom. During a time when we have to socially distance from our elderly relatives, think about how special they will feel receiving a personalized greeting card tailored just for them!

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Yom Kippur (September 15th)

The sound of the shofar on Rosh Hashanah marks the beginning of the ten-day period which leads up to another Jewish festival called Yom Kippur. A day of atonement, people don’t eat or drink for 25 hours as they reflect on the past year. If you missed sending a Rosh Hashanah card to your loved ones, consider personalizing a Yom Kippur card to share your new year blessings.

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