The end of the year is almost here and I can’t think of better way to spread some holiday cheer than with a witty card.
Since everyone is so *extremely online* all the time, this year, we decided to create some delightful internet and pop culture-inspired holiday cards for you to send your social media acquaintances, co-workers, friends, and loved ones.
Here are five superb GIF cards that will help you say “Season’s Greetings” to the Ariana Grande fan, Star Is Born stan, Netflix and chill buddy, Gritty obsessor, or Trump lover/hater in your life.
1. The “Thank u, next present” card
Ariana Grande has absolutely sleighed this year. So much so, that her breakup/self love anthem is worthy of its own Christmas card.
While the holidays aren’t solely about exchanging presents. In the spirit of Ari’s “Thank u, next” mentality, if someone does give you a gift you should let them know how “fuckin’ grateful” you are. This card will help!
2. The Star is Born card
Who wouldn’t be honored to receive a seasonal twist on one of the year’s purest memes: Bradley Cooper taking another look at Lady Gaga in A Star is Born. But wait. This time he’s not just takinganother look at her. He’s wishing her “Happy Holidays!” D’awwww. A holiday card is born.
3. A card for the
Grinch Gritch in your life
The holidays are mostly all fun and games, but not everyone’s on the Nice List. With that in mind, the website that brought you Gritty Photoshopped into holiday movies presents a card for the Grinch, or shall we say Gritch, in your life.
Let this card serve as a gentle reminder to that pal who’s been naughty as hell that they better watch out cause Gritty’s coming to town. (Probably to steal Christmas or haunt them but who knows.)
4. The Yule Log binge card
‘Tis the season to add a little warmth to your “Netflix and Chill” sessions. On cold winter nights be sure to take a break from streaming television and movies to sit by a fireplace and gaze at some relaxing flames instead. This card will serve as the perfect invitation. And if you don’t have a fireplace, no worries. Netflix has you covered with a fake Yule Log.
5. The ‘snow-blowing boy’ meme card
Anyone who says holidays and politics don’t mix has clearly never seen this next card.
Inspired by Frank ‘FX’ Giaccio, the 11-year-old who wrote a letter to Trump offering to mow the Rose Garden lawn in 2017, we reimagined the hilarious “lawn boy” meme and set it in wintertime.
Instead of mowing the lawn, the boy is blowing snow, while a very confused Trump is seen yelling, “ARE YOU SANTA.” A perfect card for political friends, family members, or even Trump himself.
So between this very diverse and weird set of options you should be able to find a card that suits every person on your list.