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Football Greetings

Gameday Style highly recommends giving your yearly holiday greeting card some gameday spirit.  At our house, we send our card out in late August with the year's football schedule to let our family and friends know which days are gamedays. 
 Check out these cute football "season"s greetings.


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And over at The Belles of Saturday, one of the Belles had some fun on Pinterest, finding some darling football cards for wedding save the dates.  These could be adapted to any kind of football themed holiday card.







 Go over to thebellesofsaturday.blogspot.com for more card ideas and to read up on the Belles' own Gameday Style.


And you can find these lovely greetings, customized to your own team, at 







Yup!  Seasons Greetings to you!






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