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17 brilliant Irish Christmas cards you could send this year

Now’s the time to get buying.

1. Embrace the brutal honesty with this card designed by illustrator Aoife Dooley

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2. Mam-inspired words of wisdom from Catherine Dunne

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3. Jarlath Regan has released a set of new cards with a very 2017 theme

4. Tell it like it is with this design from Homebird 

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5. Who also provide a service for Cavan people at this important time of year

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6. Jando Design has the kind of card you can only send to a best friend

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7. Gilly and Rob have a better word for “Merry” this year

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*Frank Sinatra voice*

8. And an Irish take on a classic

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9. TwistedDoodles skewers the annual chocolate shrinkflation epidemic

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10. And allows you to get your subtle messages in early

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11. And then there’s the classic Dublin Christmas Carol

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12. Irish illustrator Rob Stears paints some hilarious festive pictures

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13. Like when someone doesn’t even appreciate how expensive a present is

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Should have left the price tag on.

14. More festive realism from Jigser

15. Sarah Devereux uncovers a truly tragic Christmas incident – perfect for a greeting card

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16. If you want to make this Christmas a little more memetastic, David Gannon has you covered on Designist

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17. And finally… this Xmas checklist by Holly Pereira will see you right all the way to the new year

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