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Shipping to EU problems

19 July, 2021 0 comments Leave a comment

Brexit really kicked in for us on 1st July when we had to stop offering delivery to EU countries. We are so sorry that this had to happen, and are sad for the many customers we had built up over the years, particularly in Ireland and France.

From 1st July 2021 all goods sold from UK to an EU country are subject to local taxes as well as customs duties. (Prior to this date, there was a threshold.) This is demanded (of the customer) by the receiving country prior to delivery, leading to extra costs for the customer as well as inevitable delays. The customs fees can be particularly high (so we have heard), sometimes doubling the original purchase price.

There was a scheme set up to deal with this - the IOSS scheme. This allowed companies to register to collect EU tax at the point of sale and then pay the taxes due to the EU, by registering and joining the IOSS scheme in any EU country. Once this was done, delivery would be as normal without extra fees or delays. We had tried to register for this scheme by applying to join in Ireland. Frustratingly, UK companies are not allowed to register without the use of a tax intermediary. Sadly, the cost of a tax intermediary makes sending to the EU unviable - we would be making a loss to continue.

Apparently, there is some negotiating going on that might allow companies to register and pay EU taxes directly, without the use of a tax intermediary. We hope this might happen in the future. Otherwise small online companies such as ourselves are stuck in a catch 22 situation. So sorry.

 

 

 

New range of funny cards from cartoonist Geoff Tristram

06 July, 2021 0 comments Leave a comment

We have teamed up with acclaimed cartoonist Geoff Tristram to publish some of his funny cartoons as greeting cards. We are delighted to present his hilarious Norman and Brenda range as well some other stand-alone cartoons.

Geoff is a very talented artist, cartoonist and comedy writer, as you'll see from a brief biography below.

In terms of his work in greeting cards, as well as creating the Norman and Brenda range, Geoff has also written captions for the popular Emotional Rescue 'On the Ceiling' cards and had jokes and cartoons published by UK Greetings and Rainbow cards.

One of Geoff's cartoons for Rainbow Cards

 

Of his inspiration for Norman and Brenda, he says that they were originally called Malcolm and Glenda: 'It came from a daft cartoon I drew of a fellow lecturer at Art College. He had arrived on his bike one day with his hair stood upright due to the wind. He had a jutting jaw which I increased by a few feet for comic effect, and a Hitler-esque mini moustache. Glenda was a woman who walked past me in the High Street the same day! I wanted the jokes to be a mix of surreal, daft, very daft indeed, and rude. Then the drawings evolved and I changed the names too. Originally he was named after a licensing agent who robbed me of a lot of money! Then he got changed to Norman for diplomatic reasons, a grumpy old neighbour from 40 years ago. I changed her name to Brenda for no apparent reason.'

Geoff Tristram has been a professional artist and cartoonist for over 44 years, working for a diverse range of clients including Penguin Books, Embassy World Snooker, the BBC, Carillion, Past Times, Ravensburger Puzzles, Reeves, Windsor & Newton, and Trivial Pursuit to name but a few. He has created artwork featuring the likes of Jonathan Ross, Ian Botham, Jeremy Clarkson, Alan Shearer, Ayrton Senna and virtually every snooker player of note. You may have spotted him on TV during the 2008 World Snooker Championship, interviewing the players as he drew their caricatures.

Geoff has also designed hundreds of book covers, advertisements and several record sleeves for bands including UB40, City Boy and the Maisonettes. In the 1980's he designed postage stamps for the Charles and Diana Royal Wedding, Lake Placid's Winter Olympics and Spain's football World Cup. In 2016, Stratford-upon-Avon's town and district councils asked Geoff to create the town's 400th Anniversary Portrait of William Shakespeare, which made him rightly proud.

His incredibly detailed Cat Conundrum, Best of British, and What If? jigsaw designs for Ravensburger Puzzles have thrilled and exasperated thousands of fans worldwide. He has also written 15 books, almost entirely humorous fiction.

Geoff's younger brother, David, was Comedy Playwright of the Year in 2015 and has also branched out into film-making including the hilarious Inspector Drake comedies and more recently, 'Doreen the Movie'.

 

After that introduction, let's take a look at some of his humorous greeting cards . . .

These are a few of our personal favourite of the Norman and Brenda cards. They're fun aren't they?

Here is an example of one of Geoff's other cartoon which is just so wonderfully silly!

All of Geoff Tristram's cards are printed in the UK, on FSC certified board and supplied with a kraft envelope made from recycled paper. They are suppled without any cellophane wrapping - they're plastic free!

Take a look at the whole range - View Geoff Tristram's Cards

 

 

New range! Say hello to Words of Wisdom by Dandelion Stationery

07 April, 2021 0 comments Leave a comment

We are delighted to present a new range, to join our selection of funny cards. We warmly welcome the Words of Wisdom range by Dandelion Stationery.

We have been wanting to add Dandelion Stationery to our selection of funny greeting cards for some time. Lockdown madness got in the way for a while but now they are finally here!

Based in Derbyshire, Dandelion Stationery produce beautiful contemporary designs and, with their Words of Wisdom range, also cards with some rather lovely humour too. They have recently won a Henries Award, which are the equivalent of the Oscars for greeting card publishers.

In the Words of Wisdom range the humour often revolves around health and fitness . . .

as well as trying to eat well . . .

Words of Wisdom also has some hilarious cards about parenting. Speaking as a parent, these cards are spot on! Here are a few favourites . . .

Of course, all humorous card publishers find alcohol very funny and all produce some designs focussed on drinking. Dandelion Stationery is no exception!

Needless to say humorous birthday cards, or should we say 'poking fun at the recipient growing older' cards are part of the range too:

These are just some examples of our favourite from the Dandelion Stationery range. There are also some great occasion cards such as New Home, New Baby, Thinking of You and Anniversary cards. 

The Dandelion Stationery range is printed in the UK on FSC certified board which is produced in a paper mill in the Lake District. They come with envelopes made from recycled paper. They are also supplied 'naked' - don't get over excited(!), this simply means they are are not wrapped in cellophane - they are plastic free.

Finally let me show you this great one about lockdown and what we might have achieved during this extended period. Have you learnt a musical instrument, become very well read or become a fantastic cook? Or have you just been eating and drinking excessively? Which camp are you in?!

Take a look our full Words of Wisdom range

 

This year's funny Christmas cards

12 November, 2020 0 comments Leave a comment

We present this year's collection of funny Christmas cards, showing a mix of new humorous cards as well as some perennial favourites.

2020 has not been the happiest of years has it? A year of lockdown bringing with it cancelled plans and holidays alongside worries over the health and safety of our families and friends. Add to that the financial stress and worry over our jobs. Socialising has been restricted while live music and theatre has all but stopped. As I write this, a second wave of Coronavirus cases is building which might well affect our ability to celebrate Christmas in the normal manner as well. We can only hope that 2021 will a much happier affair!

With this in mind, we think that it has never been more important to send your friends and family a Christmas card, to extend that hand of love and friendship especially when normal family gatherings may not be permitted. We are biased of course (as we just love funny cards) but if you can make someone smile or laugh with a funny Christmas card during these difficult times, what better gift can you send through the post (well, for under £3 anyway!). It has been shown that a hand written greeting card has a significantly higher effect on a person's well being compared to other forms of communication, like a text or email. 

Well, let's take a look at this year's range of cards. We have everything from classic cartoons to cheeky captions as well as a separate rude section too. Santa and his reindeer, the Three Wise Men, the Xmas dinner, family get-togethers, the presents and all the excess eating and drinking are popular subjects for cartoonists and card designers.

The classic cartoons of Jamie Charteris and his Santa and Co range are always popular at this time of year and are firm favourites. This one showing Mary and Joseph about to set off for Bethlehem was a bestseller last year. Mary has made the mistake of leaving the hotel booking up to Joseph!

Other firm favourites include the one about Santa in a strop and also the one with Rudolph taking liberties with a curtain!

 

New for this year, this Santa & Co card shows some banter between Santa and Rudolph, typical of this range.

Rosie Made a Thing is now one our most popular publishers. Rosie's 'everyday' cards such as birthday cards have many loyal fans. She also produces some of our bestselling Christmas cards. These two are perennial favourites.

Rosie has some great new designs this year. We love this one illustrating some etiquette rules when it comes to mistletoe.

And how about this one showing the Three Wise Men, two of whom are shocked that the other has brought gold - it was supposed to be a £20 limit!

Also a regular in the Christmas bestseller lists is Cath Tate. This one suggests what three wise women might have done differently. We can't argue with that. We also love the one showing Santa on the psychiatrist's couch.

New for 2020, this caption card shows a man starting his Xmas shopping with only 3 hours until the shops close. [I think I know this man.]

Emotional Rescue is another very successful publisher of humorous cards and Christmas is no exception. This one was very popular last year - it shows a man in the operating theatre having the vacuum cleaner (that he had bought for his wife) being surgically removed. Oh dear.

Another great caption card shows a couple standing next to a large table covered with a vast quantity of bottles of wine and bubbly. They suddenly realise that they hadn't accounted for Boxing Day so they'll need to get even more!

Also from Emotional Rescue, this new card from the Norbert and Val range is already proving to be really popular. Norbert is busy preparing a welcome sign for the carol singers . . .

Another new one shows a woman who is clearly not happy to share her box of Ferrero Rocher. What happened to peace and goodwill?

We have also produced some cards ourselves this year. We have been reacting to the events of the year when creating many of our designs. A case in point is our cartoon card showing Santa in the sleigh, suddenly realising that his reindeer have been put on furlough! To think most of us had never even heard of the word 'furlough' prior to Coronavirus.

Social distancing at work can affect Santa too. He has adapted his sleigh to keep himself and his reindeer further apart which is all very well until they try and land on the roof of a house.

Here's a novel way to maintain social distancing while seeing the family over Christmas with specially adapted crackers.

Social distancing may well affect Christmas dinners this year, I can't imagine that we'll be allowed to squeeze around the table, with some of us perched on 'emergency' chairs and stools, as in normal years. I might be more a case of separate tables or even having some people in the garden shed!

As well as cards featuring our dodgy drawing skills, we have produced some text cards too. These feature a background that is exactly the same colour and shade as Santa's red suit. We've really gone the extra mile to achieve this (you're welcome). Feel free to amaze your friends and family with this trivial fact.

Simon Drew is a wonderful illustrator known for his great word play. He also produces a very popular 'Spot the' range, featuring puzzles to solve from picture clues. 

The classic cartoons from Rainbow also do well at Christmas. We particularly like this new one showing a man who has had too many sprouts with tragic results for his guests!

Modern Toss produce cards with wonderfully dry humour. As an example take a look at this favourite showing a family on schedule for a festive argument!

We also love this one showing Steve trying to save some money by offering to be the tree, standing in then lounge decorated with fairy lights with a star perched on his head. Martin Lewis would be very proud.

Kiss Me Kwik are publishers from Brighton and their range is packed full of cheeky seaside fun. They have produced a couple of great new designs this year.

Dean Morris publishes really funny cards that are often also rather rude! Here are a couple of new ones for this year . . .

The classic, colourful cartoons of Twizler are also popular at this time of year. The one showing a polar bear having an accident with his red wine is a tried and tested favourite.

New for this year is this one showing that Santa is not immune to the council's speed cameras.

 

These are just a few of the cards from our Christmas selection. Take a look at the full range - Funny Christmas Card Range

All of us at the Comedy Card Company hope you manage to have a happy and peaceful Christmas. It might a bit different this year but please enjoy it as much as possible and we'll see you again in a bright and happy New Year!

 

 

We launch our own range of funny cards!

12 August, 2020 0 comments Leave a comment

The Comedy Card Company launches its own range of cards to sell alongside the established ranges of cards from the country's top publishers.

With a lot of enthusiasm, an off-the-wall sense of humour and some truly dodgy drawing skills we were keen to have a crack at the card publishing malarkey. Surrounded by a vast quantity of humorous cards for many years, with a wide variety of humour styles, we have long been inspired to create some of our own designs. We had created and trialled a few Christmas cards last year to test the water. Some of these sold quite well so we have now finally got around to producing some 'everyday' cards. Over the years, we have collected a box full of scraps of paper, each containing a scribbled joke or cartoon idea. When we look back through the box, as it's been so long since we scribbled those notes, we are looking at those scraps of paper with fresh eyes. Some of them causes us to wonder 'what on earth?!' but a few make us laugh so these are the ones that we consider are worth a shot. 

The cards are all printed in the UK on FSC certified board. We supply the cards/envelopes without any cellophane wrapping so we are proud to be plastic free. Being online, cellophane wrapping is totally unnecessary as they are safely stored away from grubby fingers! More and more of our publishers are supplying their cards without cellophane wrapping, sometimes with a sticker keeping the card and envelope together. Where there is an option with a card publisher, we always ask to be supplied 'unwrapped'. 

We have lots of cards to come in the future but here are a few from our initial designs.

A real of-the-minute cartoon this one. As the hairdressers finally reopened, how many of us had a bush of wild hair ready to be shorn? I certainly had, having just stopped short of covering up the mirrors in the house to save me the fright of seeing myself!

(This is factually correct.)

Ah yes, your dog will always spoil a nice walk with a big fat poo!

Isn't the body an amazing thing . . . it gets better at multi-tasking the older you get.

Another cartoon about life during lockdown. The overflowing glass recycling bin tells us everything we need to know.

A cheeky birthday card.

The real reason why the recipient is loved more today than yesterday. Not so romantic after all.

2020 has not exactly been a fun year has it? With all those cancelled plans and the worry about health and work it's not exactly a year to party. As Prince said, maybe it's better to party like it's 1999.

These are just a selection of Comedy Card Company's own range. There are many more on their way. You can see the full range here - Comedy Card Company Card Range

 

 

 

Funny Father's Day cards to make Dad laugh

01 June, 2020 0 comments Leave a comment

Father's Day is on 21st June this year so now is the time to pick a funny card and make him laugh.

We love Father's Day at the Comedy Card Company because the card publishers always let loose and throw some great humour towards poor old dad. There are many angles to poke fun at dad, from his DIY skills to his sporting prowess, to his love of beer, his abounding flatulence, his dodgy parenting skills, the list goes on. But of course, dad is also our hero and provider of money, advice, patience, nurturing and, er, money.

Let's take a look at some new designs for this year as well as some old favourites. Just arrived, we have some great caption cards from the ever popular On the Ceiling range published by Emotional Rescue.

Emotional Rescue have also produced a couple of funny spoof front covers of the famous Haynes manuals.

We also love this new one from Norbert and Val. Norbert is no longer charged for a haircut but his barber charges him a fee to search his few remaining hairs!

We also have some some new Father's Day cards from Woodmansterne. We love this one showing what dad passes down to us - not just his knowledge but also his genes . . .

If your dad is a Giraffe, everybody will look up to him. Great cartoon from the They Can talk range by Jimmy Craig.

Also new for this year are these hilarious cards from Kiss me Kwik. The first one refers to the popular subject of the 'Bank of Dad'-

The second one features a funny caption to an image taken from the classic Ladybird series of children's books. Dad misunderstands when his son asks him if he is alright. Wonderful stuff.

These are some our favourites of the new cards. Now let's take a look at some old favourites, staring with this one from Brainbox Candy:

Another card depicting how much money dad has spent on his children over the years. A great caption card from Waving at Trains.

Finally, our previous bestselling Father's Day card and it is still asking us laugh. A classic from Kiss me Kwik.

These are just a small selection of our Father's Day cards, all with the intention of making dad laugh on his special day.

Take a look at our Father's Day Card Range

 

New funny greeting cards from Rosie Made a Thing

19 March, 2020 0 comments Leave a comment

We are delighted to present new funny greeting cards from the award winning Rosie Made a Thing range.

It doesn't seem that long ago when we first stocked some of Rosie Made a Thing's cards (I think it was late in 2016). Back then, Rosie Harrison had only published a handful of cards. Since then, her range has grown enormously both in terms of the number of designs and also in confidence. Rosie's cards have really hit the spot with customers who appreciate her fine sense of humour combined with her lovely, contemporary designs. Winning a Henries award (the greeting card equivalent of the Oscars) for Best Humorous range was the icing on the cake for this new publisher.

There seems to be no slowing down in Rosie's energy and creative ideas. Rosie Made a Thing have just released a superb bunch of new cards, bursting with fresh humour and fun.

Let's take a look at some of the new designs. Firstly, look at this one showing Alexa making a mistake by mishearing a request to remind a lady to go to the gym - we love you Alexa!

Wonderfully observed humour in this card, describing the essential difference between the type of shampoo used by women as opposed to the types used by men: the ones men use can also be used to clean the floor or the car!

Do you remember Judith Kerr's children's book 'A Tiger Who Came to Tea'? What would a husband really think if he came home to hear about that!

Fans of Rosie's card will have an inkling that she likes the odd drink or too. Her cartoons often feature the enjoyment of a glass or two of wine, prosecco or gin and tonic. This new design suggested that a true friend will 'reach for your hand' - while also placing a large G & T in it.

Now this scenario will be very familiar to many cat owners. You're reading the paper or busy doing a pile of paperwork and very soon your cat will appear and for some reason, known only to cats, they will thrust their bottom in our face. Helpful.

Classic joke for a birthday card, suggesting that the recipient still looks like a twenty one year old with the caveat that the onlooker would need to be standing a distance away for this to apply. Cheeky!

A great card for her this one, showing a woman who, like all women, has certain needs - starting with wine . . .

Rosie has a dig about men and the suffering they go through while experiencing man flu. As you may imagine it is almost comparable to childbirth!

A woman is out shopping for a new table and asks the confused shop assistant who many loads of washing it will hold. We know what she means.

A real friend stands behind you and shoves you into a taxi in the early hours of the morning. Such moral support.

If you say 'Susan you must give up drinking' to yourself, make sure that your name is not actually Susan!

These are just a selection of some of the new designs, there are many more new ones including some great cards for milestone birthdays. Take a look!

View our full Rosie Made a Thing Card Range

Funny cards - hilarious captions to images taken from Ladybird books

03 March, 2020 0 comments Leave a comment

New cards featuring funny captions to Ladybird images.

We are delighted to present new releases in the Ladybird card range from Kiss me Kwik.

When I was at school (only a handful of years ago you understand) I remember visiting the school library and found that someone had defaced some of the Ladybird children's books, adding speech bubbles to the innocent images with vulgar (and, to my mind at the time, absolutely hilarious) suggestions. Being an immature schoolboy, these made me roar with laughter. 

Now, moving on a few years, we now sell greeting cards featuring Ladybird images with the addition of funny captions. How strange that things come round again in your life. These are much more clever and funnier than those defaced books I came across back at school. However, one thing remains the same: isn't it the innocence of these classic Ladybird children's book that makes the addition of captions so funny? 

Ladybird books were most successful during the 1960s and 1970s and often illustrated a stereotyped image of British life, Jane and Peter playing games, with Mum very much the housewife and Dad the breadwinner. 

Kiss me Kwik is a Brighton based greeting card publisher and produces greeting cards featuring the classic Ladybird images with the addition of their own hilarious captions. They have done so with success for a while. Indeed our bestselling card of 2019 was the following card about a lactose-intolerant vegan visiting a restaurant:

This is another long standing favourite, showing a girl doubting that the shoes she is trying on are in fact Jimmy Choos as she has been told!

Another bestseller is this one showing a mum asking her daughter if she thinks she is a good mother. It might have helped if she had got her name correct!

Last year, this card appeared and became a big hit. A man receives less then helpful service on a train: rather than being asked if he'd like a coffee or tea, he is actually being asked what he thinks the brown liquid is!

With these existing cards proving to be so popular, we were delighted to see some new designs being published. So without further ado, on with the new!

Here are a few of our favourites among the new ones. First of all, a classic joke about a soldier in camouflage class which has been making us laugh:

We also love this one showing a boss being asked how many employees work at his company. Rather than giving a specific number, he simply says 'half of them' (that sounds a high percentage to me!)

Another new design which features some fine humour, about a man asking for a 'book about turtles'. When questioned whether he'd like a hardback book he thinks the man is confirming what turtles look like!

These are just a selection of our Ladybird caption cards from Kiss me Kwik. We hope they have made you laugh. If you like them, take a look at the range by clickng on the link below.

View our Kiss me Kwik Cards

The Top 10 Funny Cards of 2019

09 January, 2020 1 comments Leave a comment

As we start a new year, it is always interesting to have a look back at which funny cards were the most popular over the year. Let's take a look at the top ten bestselling greeting cards of 2019 . . .

I recently made the mistake of clicking on a BBC news article listing some of the famous personalities that we lost during 2019. It made quite depressing reading. Not only was it quite a lengthy list of much loved artists and celebrities but what made it extra painful was that so many seemed so young. Anyway, that prompted me to write this article on the funniest greeting cards of 2019 on a much cheerier note! Based on sales volumes at the Comedy Card Company, here are the top ten bestsellers.

In the style of a radio chart show, we will count down the top ten in the hip, cool style that comes naturally to us at the Comedy Card Company(!). Coming in at Number Ten is a classic cartoon from Matthew Pritchett, better known as MATT, the ever popular Telegraph newspaper cartoonist. 

At Number 9 is a great cartoon from the They Can Talk range. Cartoonist Jimmy Craig displays well observed humour, perfectly capturing typical cat behaviour which will be recognisable to many cat owners.

Just edging ahead in Eighth position is this greeting card featuring a great caption to a photograph showing a woman standing next to a small hill of recycling bottles. She is not ashamed about the quantity of bottles, more that some of the bottles have some alcohol left in them. Shameful!

At Number 7 is a great birthday card presented in the style of a questionnaire. Asking whether the person is childish or not, the drawing of a penis in the tick box tends to answer the question satisfactorily.

Another great caption card comes in at Sixth place. A classic doctor - patient joke, the doctor informing the patient that, after examining his hip, he has decided that the hip is not so bad after all - it's the rest of him that needs replacing!

At Number 5 is a really funny card from Twisty. A woman is disappointed at a job interview after she is told that the employer is looking for someone who can do the work of six men. She is gutted as she was looking for a full time job! Women seem to particularly like this one for some reason.

In Forth place, just missing out on a medal [hang on, are we doing a chart show or sports event?] is this colourful cartoon by Traces of Nuts. Tim Whyatt is a very successful cartoonist and we are always frustrated by the small number of designs that the publisher makes available in the UK. Anyway (that's enough ranting), this one showing a butterfly being quizzed by a traffic cop about the different photo in his driving licence is a perennial favourite.

In Third place, taking bronze, is a cartoon from The Bottomline range by Jamie Charteris. This classic range of cards has been entertaining us for many years and this new cartoon, released last year, has done so well. Another great doctor joke.

Taking Silver and our Second most popular card is this superb birthday card from the Fleet Street range by Pigment. In the style of a newspaper front page, Fleet Street features spoof headlines. Great headline showing a woman in a state of top-level excitement mode about her special day!

Drum roll please . . . light the fireworks . . . charge your glasses. As the excitement overflows, we present our bestselling funny card of 2019!

At Number One, our bestselling card, is this fabulous caption to an original image taken from a Ladybird children's book. When a man asks a waitress what she would recommend for a lactose intolerant vegan, she suggests a taxi! Fine, on trend humour from Kiss me Kwik.

There you have it. Is you favourite one here?

We stock hundreds of funny cards. Humour is a very broad church as you know.  We try hard to have the full spectrum of humour and hope to have something for everyone whether you want some cheeky banter for a friend or something to make an elderly relative smile.

A great place to start would be our Bestsellers Section

 

 

The Top 10 Funny Christmas cards of 2019

03 December, 2019 0 comments Leave a comment

As Christmas edges ever closer, we thought it was time to take a look to see what cards have made it into the top ten bestselling cards of the season. In the style of Top of the Pops (what do you mean you don't remember that?) let's count down the favourite Christmas cards of 2019.

At number 10 we have a classic cartoon from Jamie Charteris. His Santa and Co range often features cheeky banter between Santa and Rudolph. This one is no exception!

In ninth place, we have a wonderful cartoon from Judy Horacek, showing Santa on a psychiatrist's couch with an issue of not believing in himself. We believe in you Santa!

In eighth place, we have a perennial favourite from Cath Tate. The caption suggests that three wise women would have done a far better job than the three wise men. Who could argue with that?

At number seven, is a great, topical caption from Waving at Trains. I wonder how many dinner tables will be silenced this year when someone mentions Brexit?

In sixth place is another popular cartoon from Jamie Charteris showing Rudolph who has clearly had enough of Christmas already. 

Coming in at number 5 is a card from award winning publisher Rosie Made a Thing. Featuring wonderful humour and contemporary design, this card is a previous number 1.

In forth place is another illustration from Rosie Made a Thing. It shows Rudolph who has clearly had enough of all the other reindeers laughing at him and calling him names and has taken matters into his own hands. Oh dear . . . season of goodwill and all that . . .

Taking third position this year is another classic cartoon from Jamie Charteris and his Santa and Co range. Santa warns Rudolph against wiping his nose on the curtains. If only is was his nose!

In second place is a great cartoon by Tim Whyatt and his Traces of Nuts range. An early display of upselling technique is on display at this market stall.

At the top of the charts, and this year's bestselling Christmas card is . . . 

Well I did say Jamie Charteris was popular didn't I?! He takes top spot with this cartoon suggesting the real reason why Mary had to give birth in a stable in Bethlehem.

Well there you have it, our top ten bestselling Christmas cards for 2019. Is your favourite here? We have a huge range so we're confident we will have something for your humour taste.

View our range of Funny Christmas Cards

 

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