You know how you tape all your holiday cards up on a wall or door, so that everyone who comes in the house can marvel at the good tidings of peace and joy? That concept gets kind of lost when all your cards come through cyber-space.

My solution? A virtual card wall. Here are a few of the beautiful holiday cards from my virtual friends, sites, publicists and studios.

Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax – Bright and cheery, just how I anticipate the movie will be:

The Lorax – Always creative and fun. I’m guessing this is from cartoonist extraordinaire Bill White:

Marina Bailey Film Publicity – Christmas movies!

Marina Bailey Publicity

Oprah Winfrey Network – I guess they can’t afford anything more creative right now:

Oprah Winfrey Network

Disney | ABC TV Group: A little sedate for all the material they have to work with. In all fairness, though, to get this, I had to click on a cool card in my email, and that background you see is actually moving snow.


Allied Integrated Marketing – Another cute interactive card, where the little guy comes out and makes a snow angel that turns into the Allied logo:

Allied Integrated Marketing – Bold and conservative. This says “We know what we’re doing, and we’ll give you all the info you need.”

Calgary’s Child Magazine – Peaceful greetings from our Canadian neighbors:

Calgary's Child Magazine – Fun to see the collective names of all the folks in my inbox every day:

Warner Brothers – Another moving-snowflakes card, but the flakes are tiny WB logos! How adorably cute:

Warner Bros.

Bender|Helper Impact – Taking Awkward Family Photos to a fun new level:

Bender Helper

The Muppets – Sweet, nostalgic and wonderful. They’re the best!


Click Communications – DVDs! Under the Tree! 

Click Communications


  1. Jane,
    such a creative idea. I just was thinking about how different it is to receive cards though cyber space, which seems to be even more prevalent this year than it as been in the past, especially when it comes to business contacts. what a lovely way to share and to save these.

  2. Thanks for sharing with us the virtual cards! They are all lovely and each with a character of its own. I’d still prefer the hard print if I were to choose, but as long as we are remembered, it’s okay, huh? Merry Christmas!


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