Last week a wit posted an observation in an email that at midnight on August Bank Holiday Monday the staff of supermarkets grab all the summer stuff and dump it in the nearest skip. Then they rush back in, put up the decorations and blow the dust off Now That's What I Call Christmas and gleefully put it on. I went into my local Lloyds Chemists on 1 September and there was a cardboard stand packed with Christmas giftware. Admittedly most of it was from last year (and some I think from the year before) but at least half I had not seen before so this does prove that it gets earlier every year.
With this in mind and knowing too how many people have a lot of people to send to here is a popup Christmas card, the first in a new series of baskets. They will not all be Christmas themed but some will and here is Christmas Poinsettias Basket Card:
Festive, isn't it? All packed onto one sheet and easy to assemble. Just cut it out, fold the base into a box shape and put some paper glue on the tab. Then slot the handle part in the back tab and the other insert in the front tab and you have a card. Also included is a label with Made By:... to stick on the plain back, a gift tag and an envelope seal with Merry Christmas to dress up a plain envelope. No, there sadly it not an envelope with this as it would be more than one sheet and not cost a mere 70p. You can buy it here
Here is another one called White Christmas Basket Card:
Find this here