17 Holiday Cards For Families Who Know Chrismukkah Is The Best

Why celebrate one holiday when you can celebrate two?!
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For some interfaith families, December is a complicated time of year. Do you choose between Hanukkah and Christmas? Celebrate both? Abandon both holidays and celebrate Festivus?

Our two cents: Two holidays means double the merriment, and who couldn't use a little extra holiday cheer? These holiday cards are for those interfaith couples and families you know who are too busy loving life to worry about which decorations to put up this year.

We've rounded up 17 sweet and silly Etsy cards to share with the interfaith families in your life this holiday season:

For the family of merrymakers.
Etsy/JahnaVashti
For the cool interfaith couple in your life.
Etsy/LifeandStyleDesigns
For the cat lovers who are in love.
Etsy/DebbieDrawsFunny
For the family that's earnestly celebrating Chrismukkah.
Etsy/TinyBeeCards
For the family treating their kids to the magic of both holidays.
Etsy/tylersworkshop
For the family that's celebrating EVERYTHING.
Etsy/HennelPaperCo
For the Seinfeld-loving family.
Etsy/seasandpeas
For the family that's a little overwhelmed by the holidays.
Etsy/PlayaPaper
For the family whose house is full of Chrismukkah decorations.
Etsy/HappyChalladays
"Wishing you a very merry Christmas and a happy Chanukah!"
For the family that "loves" holiday songs.
Etsy/littleteapot
For any interfaith family that loves beautiful things.
Etsy/NewhardDesign
For the family that doesn't need an excuse to be merry.
Etsy/POSTRIDERPRESS
For the family that loves being interfaith.
Etsy/SweetLex
For the family that would never say no to double holidays.
Etsy/InterfaithLiving
For the interfaith couple who took a chance on love.
Etsy/BROOKLYNANIMALdESIGN
For the family you just want to send a message of love.
Etsy/TheFarWoods
For the pan-spiritual hippie family in your life.
Etsy/laLagracepaper

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