There’s nothing more beautiful during the winter season than a snow-covered landscape lined with beautiful, barren trees. Whether it’s a snow-covered fir
or a lightly dusted maple, you know the Christmas holiday is upon us when scenes like this greet your days. If treelines put you in a holiday mood, share
that Christmas spirit with treeline Christmas cards.
Trees make us think of winter and the holidays, and the Christmas tree has long been a tradition in many households. While many of us associate barren,
snow-laden trees with winter, trees and plants that maintain their greenery through the winter months have held a special meaning since long before the
advent of Christianity. Integral to the pagan religions and the cultures of ancient Egypt, early Rome, the Vikings, and others, green plants in winter were
a sign of the fruitful season ahead and a celebration of the winter solstice.
Germany brought us the Christmas tree tradition as we know it today. It is believed that Martin Luther, so captivated by the stars twinkling in the night
sky amidst the beautiful evergreens, lit candles in trees that were brought indoors in order to recapture the beauty of what he saw. Hence, the birth of
the modern tradition of lighted Christmas trees. Of course, most Christian Americans found the Christmas tree to be a symbol of paganism and did not accept
the tradition until the late 19th to early 20th centuries.
This now widely accepted and honored tradition is what makes us think of Christmas when we see beautiful trees lining the horizon on a cold winter’s day.
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sure to brighten their holidays. From whimsical scenes to beautiful still photographs, our treeline Christmas cards capture the essence of the season in a
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