Merry Christmas 2021: text messages, GIFS, images and memes
Looking for inspiration for a message in a holiday card? We have you covered! Check out our Christmas message guide for funny and heartwarming ideas.
This year many families are hoping to have a more traditional Christmas than last year. After a challenging couple of years, many are looking forward to returning to many holiday traditions, gifts, family, and treats. Whatever your plans are for the holiday season there is plenty of inspiration online for a heartwarming or humorous card.
Additionally, with many around the country may be spending Christmas alone because they tested positive for covid-19 or are in isolation, we hope that this can bring a smile to your face.
Here is the best of 2021.
Christmas tunes we all love
Any fans of Mariah Carey? Turns out Doctors Worldwide is. 'All I Want For Christmas Is You' is a holiday classic and has made it onto the charts this time of year in 1994,1995, 2006, 2007, 2010, 2011, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, and 2021. This year it made it to number 78 on the US Billboard Hot 100.
Classic Christmas TV Shows and Films
One of the great joys of the holiday season is settling down in front of a roaring fire to watch some Christmas TV, and it has spawned some iconic Christmas moments.
From Miracle on 34th Street to The Grinch, there’s something for everyone and re-watching old favorites is a Christmas tradition in households across the country.
This year has been tough for millions all around the world, leaving some feeling like they had spent a night at the McCallister’s. Let's just hope that there isn’t a sequel to 2021.
Buddy the Elf is known for many things: his love of sugary food, spreading Christmas cheer, and a staggering ability to decorate an entire Manhattan department store in a single night. But his skills as a snowball-thrower caught the eye of the New York Mets, comparing him to former third baseman David Wright.
A snow-filled Christmas
Snowstorms are happening all over the country and many will be able to experience a white Christmas.
Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Lake Tahoe, California
Rochester, New York
In 2016, the Federal Bureau of Investigation released a holiday message that critics described as a "graphic design crime." From the blue background to the snowman, the seemingly retro holiday message brought smiles and laughs to many.
Later that same day, a more design-friendly version was put out, but it is nowhere as memorable as the original.