11 of the best Irish Christmas cards you can send this year
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11 of the best Irish Christmas cards you can send this year

AN essential part of the festive season is sending cards with best wishes for the Christmas and New Year period, in particular, finding the perfect Irish Christmas card. 

While it may be difficult to source Irish Christmas in Britain, The Irish Post has tracked down the Irish suppliers who ship Christmas cards to Britain.

From Irish phrases, cosy cottages, pretty drawings and funny musings, here's the ultimate list of Irish Christmas cards... 

'Mammy can we eat this or is it for Christmas?' by WordBird.ie for €3.95 

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The Irish Wolfhound and the Christmas Tree from Cartaí Rubaí for €2.95 or six for €8.50 

(Picture: Cartaí Rubaí) (Picture: Cartaí Rubaí)

The snow covered GPO in Dublin by IrishChristmasCards.com, prices available here

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The Poolbeg Chimneys in Dublin from designist, for €3.50

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Your Drunken Shenanigans Will Be Missed This Year by Simple-Things.ie for €3.50

Bethlehem by The Glen Gallery, priced at €7.50 for a pack of 10 

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Country Cottage by The Glen Gallery, priced at €7.50 for a pack of 10 

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An assortment of funny Christmas cards from comedian Jarlath Regan at Jigser.com with a pack of 10 priced at €25.00 shipped to Britain. 

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The Irish Mammy Christmas Cards by Catherine Dunne at Greeting Cards Ireland, priced at €2.95 

(Picture: CatherineDunne/GreetingCardsIreland.com) (Picture: CatherineDunne/GreetingCardsIreland.com)

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There are also a series of snowy Irish scenes available from GreetingCardsIreland.com here. 

Have you been enticed by any of the Irish Christmas cards above? Let us know in the comments section below.