The best Christmas tradition is to send each other Christmas cards.

Christmas cards first became popular in the U.K. in the Victorian period. The idea of Christmas as a major celebration was in part brought over from Germany by Prince Albert, Victoria's husband. It had long been popular in Germany, which is why many of our traditions are so German in nature (and why we have German Christmas markets). But there were all sorts of developments that had a hand in making Christmas cards popular: cheap printing allowed cards to be printed en masse, the introduction of the Penny Post allowed common people to send each other mail, and industrialisation meant that people didn't necessarily live close to their relatives like they did before. The very first Christmas cards featured typical messages like 'Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year'. They featured images of celebrations, were sentimental in nature, and rarely had religious themes.
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We love sending postcards so much that we decided to create and give our free Husse Christmas cards to anyone who wants one. You can send a postcard to yourself or give your friends' post address and we'll be happy to drop it in their letterbox.

Fill out the form and your free Husse Christmas postcard will be in the letterbox soon.

Do you have cat or dog?
It's totally free Christmas Gift
If you like our post card so much that you want to have a few more, then we are happy to sell it. The cost of 1 postcard is £1, a set of 12 cards - £10. Write us on portsmouth@husse.co.uk or use our order form.
Maria
Husse Pet Food Portsmouth