Hi there everyone! Before you know it Christmas cards will be flooding our mailboxes. I look forward to Christmas cards every year.
We do a very generic Christmas card and certainly nothing but ordinary. Simple family pic is usually about it.
Today, I am sharing 5+ funny Christmas greeting card ideas that will make you laugh, and perhaps even give you an idea for your own family Christmas card this year.
Meet my friend Sue and family!
Sue and I met when I first moved to the area. In fact, it was the first day our boys started Kindergarten together.
I over heard Sue talking to another Mom about being from Buffalo, NY and I walked up to her and introduced myself seeing I am a former Buffalo gal too! Ironically it turns out Sue and my husband literally lived 5 minutes away from one another in the same town in Buffalo.
The rest is history. That was 9 years ago.
Sue and her family have quite the sense of humor.
Every year they do a little something different with their Christmas cards and I always look forward to what her clever, creative mind will come up with.
I hope y’all have a sense of humor..if not, you probably were at the wrong blog to begin with.
Here you go. Let’s start with
This may be in fact my favorite card. I think truly this year she wanted to put duct tape on her kids mouths permanently. No worries though it came off right after the photo:)
This one year was Anonymous, however, I knew right away who’s it was. Very cute!
The Schitts family was another fave.
Now that is spreading some cheer! They know what the true Spirit of Christmas is all about.
Ha, another clever idea. Switchin up the heads.
Another cute and funny idea. The family pic, is actually Sue’s husband with an entire different family.
A different neighbor and different neighborhood kids.
Cross dressing! Takes a real man to wear pearls and ruffles. Hmmm..doesn’t Prince wear pearls and ruffles too?
And then who doesn’t have a good fight before Christmas?
These are all Sue originals. She gave me permission to pass along to you her Chrismtas cards of the past. Feel free to replicate the same this Holiday season.
Thanks for stopping by today. If you are not a regular here, I sure would love to see you back again.
Feel free to rummage through my Christmas archives of ideas.