- DIRECTWATCH. Ridgway, Jeremy // Marketing (00253650);11/23/2000, p22
Presents a chart showing an analysis of the direct marketing field in Great Britain in association with Royal Mail in September 2000. Number of campaigns; Sectors; VikingDirect; Waterlow; Kensington Specialities.
- Great expectations. // Horse & Rider;Dec96, Vol. 35 Issue 12, p16
Presents the `Great Expectations' Christmas holiday card from the Wolfe Pack. Greeting inside the card.
- Photographic Christmas cards. Ford, Russell B. // PSA Journal;Nov95, Vol. 61 Issue 11, p34
Focuses on how to make photographic Christmas cards. Finding a picture from color slides; Using a piece of black paper for a mask; Using a paper cutter to trim the final card.
- Making Christmas photo greetings. Adamson, Keith I.P. // PSA Journal;Nov96, Vol. 62 Issue 11, p33
Describes the process of making a personal photographic Christmas greeting cards. Selection of the picture with suitable subjects; Greetings negative and printing masks; Positioning of picture and lettering; Printing the greetings.
- Put me on your Christmas mailing list. Gilmour, Peter // U.S. Catholic;Dec97, Vol. 62 Issue 12, p7
Focuses on the author's receipt of Christmas cards signifying the imminence of the holiday season. Names of friends who sent the earliest cards; Discussion of the cards' religious relevance.
- Next Up: The White House Christmas Card. Shaw, Michael // BAGnewsNotes;12/20/2011, p1
The article focuses on the U.S. White House Christmas card featuring the family dog Bo of President Barack Obama.
- Cures for holiday-card anxiety. // Glamour;Dec93, Vol. 91 Issue 12, p132
Presents advice on holiday-card giving. Forgoing sending the usual cards; Time and money constraints.
- Posters and cards. // Wild: Australia's Wilderness Adventure Magazine;Jan-Mar97, Issue 63, p115
Presents a listing of Christmas card packs featuring Australian panoramas, wildflowers and wilderness.
- Special delivery. Baker, Diane // Parenting;Dec97/Jan98, Vol. 11 Issue 10, p182
Gives instructions for the making of Christmas cards by children 4 years and older with adult supervision. Information on materials which can be used.