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3 dogs with different holiday caps

Years ago, I received a multicultural greeting card that I thought was respectful and kind, which launched a search for greeting card companies that specialize in cards for interfaith couples and multicultural families. I did not find many. It’s a special niche.

I sometimes want to send greetings to people whose faith I do not know. Additionally, I am fortunate to be part of a diverse circle of friends and family. Many of the “Happy Holiday” cards make a feeble effort at being generic but still lean toward Christmas in their design. Not everyone celebrates Christmas. They may observe something else or simply the season of celebration and the welcoming of a new year. Sending my best wishes for whatever the season brings to them should honor their heritage or choice.

I found what I was looking for with Mixed Blessing, a company I have been ordering from for years. Their cards are on sale now, so it’s a great time to stock up for next year. The image in this post is my favorite. This is not sponsored; just wanted to share and express my appreciation for a company that gets it.