Filled with the rich, warm colors and symbols of the holiday, this blessed Kwanzaa card comes with a very special greeting, reminding those you care about to celebrate love, community and family. As they gather together and share a bounty of food and gifts, they’ll reflect on these touching words, and keep them in their heart all throughout the week and well beyond.
Are you looking for some loveable Kwanzaa card that will melt the heart of your dear ones? You are in the right place! Send this beautiful Kwanzaa card to your beloved ones. Nothing makes festive more colorful than some warm and lovely card.
Kwanzaa is the most colorful festival for African-American and a great opportunity to celebrate their best seven days of the year with their lovely family and friends. Families gather for the great feast and it's very important to send some warm words to express your love for them on this joyous event!
With its simple yet sentimental greeting, this card is a touching way to celebrate Kwanzaa. An image of the traditional seven candles burning bright, surrounded by a harvest of succulent fruits, provides a chance to wish family and friends peace, love and unity on this blessed holiday, whether you’re gathered together or miles apart.
Unlike Christmas and Hanukkah, Kwanza is the youngest of the major winter holidays—was conceived in the United States and is not based directly on ancient religious festivals. Whether you're gathered or sharing your warm sentiments from across the miles, it's an opportunity to wish the ones you love light, peace and happiness in the year ahead.
A rich, colorful background sets the tone for wishing those who are special to you a beautiful Kwanzaa celebration. With the traditional symbols like candles, flags and a bounty of fruits and vegetables, it’s a wonderful opportunity to remind family and friends to take pride in each other and give thanks for this special week-long gathering together, celebrating their culture and heritage.
Help family and friends celebrate the week-long festival of Kwanzaa, while honoring their culture and heritage. This touching card features the traditional seven candles and a bounty of fruit and gifts on the table in front. And its message is heartfelt, wishing them warmth, togetherness, joy and prosperity, while bringing the light of the holiday into their home.
A colorful drawing depicting the seven candles of Kwanzaa illuminates this beautiful card. And the message brings to life the meaning behind the holiday. It's a wonderful opportunity to remind family and friends to take pride in each other and give thanks for this special week-long gathering together, celebrating their culture and heritage.
Each of Kwanzaa's seven days represents an important aspect of African American culture. And we've prepared this bright Kwanzaa card that will make this year's celebration more special.
Joy to the world begins with you! Spread some love on Kwanzaa day with a truly stunning Happy Kwanzaa card! There are so many ways to spread joy and sending a holiday greeting is one of them. Let's flood into your friends and family inbox with this cheerful gift boxes and a happy Kwanzaa wish!
A colorful drawing depicting the seven candles of Kwanzaa illuminates this beautiful card. And the message brings to life the meaning behind the holiday. Whether you’re gathered together or sharing your warm sentiments from across the miles, it’s an opportunity to wish the ones you love light, peace and happiness in the year ahead.
“Kwanzaa is a special time to remember the ancestors, the bridge builders, and the leaders.” —Dorothy Winbush Riley This blessed Kwanzaa card comes with a very special greeting, reminding those you care about to celebrate love, and family.
Whether you grew up celebrating Kwanzaa or want to start traditions of your own, it might feel a little difficult to get in the festive mood when other holidays like Christmas or Hanukkah seem to be recognized more commonly. But like every other day of celebration, one way to really get in a mood is by reminding your friends and family why we are celebrating in the first place.