Washington DC holiday cards 


Posted on December 04, 2017

Get in the holiday spirit with these can't-miss holiday markets, Christmas light displays and seasonal events in the nation’s capital.

Sure, the District might be part of the Mid-Atlantic region, but it feels more like the North Pole during the holidays thanks to the National Christmas Tree, countless holiday markets, one-of-a-kind seasonal light displays, Christmas-themed bars and lots more. Here are some of the best, can't-miss ways to experience the holidays in Washington, DC.

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Cherry Blossom Festival Boxed Notes

Posted on November 03, 2017

One of the most requested scenes we get here at Monumental is for a Cherry Blossom card.  Well, you won't have to wait too much longer.  This upcoming spring we are going to be rolling out this brand new scene as Boxed Notes.

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Holiday Happenings: Celebrate the best of the season in food, drink, movies, music and more

Posted on October 13, 2016

Check out this terrific overview in the Washington Post of all the great local events you can experience over the next month!

Even the Grinch liked Christmas eventually: He just had to see the right thing. That’s what you’re looking for this holiday season, whether it’s cozy, reassuring traditions or pressure-releasing comic relief. Our critics have rounded up the usual suspects that the season always needs, from “The Nutcracker” and “Messiah” to the National Christmas Tree Lighting. You also can consider tangoes and Native American dance, pop concerts and sketch comedy — and if you’re thinking of something a little out of the box, check out the return of the waterskiing Santa or gingerbread workshops. You can even see Dr. Seuss’s Yule fable on an extravagant scale: “How the Grinch Stole Christmas! The Musical” runs for 2 1/2 weeks at the National Theatre. — Nelson Pressley



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Holiday cards are a must for your business

Posted on August 11, 2016


1.  They Will Remember.  The customers, clients, partners, and individuals on your mailing list will remember you.  Dedicating the time and money to producing and sending a card will certainly leave a lasting impression.


2.  Greeting Cards Rise To The Top.  In a world where your inbox and your mailbox are filled with commercial ads and spam mail, a personal greeting card will rise to the top of the stack.  They don't get lost in the shuffle (or a spam filter).


3.  Your card will be put on display.  Whether it is at the home or office, your card will be seen by many eyes.  Our cards are beautiful works or art.  All of our images were once gallery showcased original paintings by renowned artists.  When somebody receives a card from Monumental Products, it goes up on their mantle at home or on a wall at the office.  Your greeting card, up on display, is now acting as a mini-billboard for you and your company.


4.  This Time, It's Personal.  Sending and receiving cards adds another dimension to your networking practices.  A tactile sentiment is a welcome change from the world of digital and social media.  Reach out to your network on a personal level and avoid getting lost in the noise.

5.  Maintain Great Client Relationships And Show Gratitude.  Besides the obvious benefits of touching base with everyone on your mailing list on a more personal level, cards give you the opportunity to send out a message we probably all should send out more often than we do.  While the business-to-business marketing, advertising, and brand recognition benefits of cards can't be denied, maybe the most important message to send professionally during the holiday season is one of thanks and gratitude for another great year!



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