Friday, November 20, 2009

Christmas Outfits, Christmas Fancy Dress & Costumes

Girl with Christmas Mini Heart Carved Frock

Girl with Christmas Red Mini Skirt and Red Bra

Sexy Christmas Girl with Sexy Red Dress

Hot Christmas Girl with Beautiful Green Skirt and Top

Hot Black Beauty in Christmas Theme

  Sexy Girl in White Costumes with two Carols

Beautiful Santa Girl in Red Costume

Beautiful Christmas Girl with Sexy Santa Dress

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Wednesday, November 18, 2009

History of Christmas Greetings Cards in United States

Greetings Cards sending and receiving is a tradition that many of us have known all our lives. Yet, the truth is that the practice of sending cards online is a relatively new one than sending cards in real life. Here's a few facts about how these cards specially in Christmas holiday came to be a holiday tradition in the United States.

Many would be surprised to learn that the first decades of the United States were not conducive to many of the Christmas traditions that we take for granted today. Owing the Puritan influence in many churches across the land, outward observances were often limited to the local church. However, that was to change.

In the early years of the 1840's, the idea of a penny postcard specifically designed to commemorate the Christmas holiday were introduced in England. As British immigrants came to the New World, the tradition of sending Christmas cards, in the form of a postcard, gained wide acceptance. Such liberal faiths as the Unitarians and the Universalists were among the first to embrace the idea of Christmas cards. By the end of the decade, Christmas cards were being sent across the United States by the thousands.

These early cards were often very simple in design, some having a scripture verse related to the season on one side, and a blank space on the back for the address of the recipient and a short personal message. As time went on, the designs became more elaborate, with embossed images, colorful lettering and short pleasing lines of poetry. By the end of the Civil War, the notion of bi-fold Christmas cards that were mailed in an envelope had begun to gain ground.

Today, cards are the single most popular holiday card in the United States. In spite of increasing postage rates, an average of two billion Christmas cards are sold and mailed each year. With the advent of desktop publishing, a number of people now choose to design and print their own customized Christmas card, complete with original verse and a selection of images that reflect the sentiments of the sender.

As a sure way to share warm thoughts during the season, cards are an essential part of holiday tradition for many US citizens. Why not indulge yourself this year and send a few cards out yourself? You may be surprised and pleased by the number of people who reciprocate.
Here is some beautiful Christmas Images Greetings and Christmas Myspace Comments

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Where to get beautiful image scraps and greetings for orkut?

Orkut has changed the teenage life in many ways. Not only the teenagers, the elders are also getting involved more and more. There reason is that orkut is very user friendly, easy to access and a very sophisticated way to keep in touch with friends, colleagues, relatives and loved ones. Orkut users can interact with their friends and relatives in different ways.  They can search friends, add friends and then send them beautiful image scraps and greetings to greet them, to share feelings, to show emotions. Its well-known that Images are most descriptive than words. That’s why sending images instead of text greetings and scraps is more interactive way to express feelings. There is lots of sites which provides images, graphics, glitter images, scraps and greetings for A lovely site for orkut scraps is is one of the best and most beautiful place to get different types of the Orkut Scraps, Orkut Greetings, Orkut Images, Graphics, Glitters, Orkut Messages, Orkut Comments for Orkut Scrapbooks. Just go to the site then select appropriate category to send appropriate scraps or images, then choose which scrap or greetings or glitter image you want to send, then click on the box underneath the selected images and the code will be totally selected, then press ctrl+c or copy it, then go to the orkut scrapbook of your friend to whom you want to send the scrap and paste the code and submit. You need someone in your friendlist before you can send him/her a picture scrap. Its very easy to do and very userfriendly.
There is lots of varity like friendship scraps, happy birthday comments and greetings, hallo hi comments, thank you, missing you scraps, nature, teddy bear, flower images, season greetings, and greetings and scraps for other international or indian events. Hope everyone will enjoy this site.

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Were to get beautiful images, scraps, glitter graphics, comments for orkut and Myspace

There is lots of site which provide images scraps, greetings for orkut, myspace, hi5, friendster and other social networking website. Goodlightscraps is one of the best site for orkut scraps. The site is quite new and updating more contents.

Friendship glitters, comments, Scraps for Orkut, Myspace
Copy the code below to your friends' scrapbook to scrap this image or glitter
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Monday, November 9, 2009

Season Greetings

The Season Greetings also known as season's greetings of holiday greetings are a selection of greetings that are often spoken with good intentions to strangers, family, friends, or other people during the months of November, December and January. Holidays with greetings include Christmas, New Years Day, Chinese New Year, Thanksgiving (United States), and Hanukkh.
Typically, a greeting consists of the word "Happy" followed by the holiday, such as "Happy Hanukkah" or "Happy New Year", although the phrase "Merry Christmas" is a notable exception. In the United States, the collective phrase "Happy Holidays" is often used as a simple way to refer to all of its winter holidays, Thanksgiving, Christmas Days and New Year's Day. Some controversy has arisen regarding the phrase "Happy Holidays" as an alleged attempt to diminish Christmas although its use promotes other holidays commonly celebrated in the United States.