Cards

Here you can download a whole set of greetings cards which you can colour in and make up to send to your relatives or friends when they have a special day.

Download the artwork and print it on to light card or heavy paper. Colour it in, then fold it carefully once in half along the short edge, then in half again so that it will stand up. Then you can write your own name (or extra greeting) inside the card.

Here are the cards, the Gaelic text and what it means:

Graphic of printable item Birthday card (download, 153k)

Outside:
Co-là-breith sona dhut!
(Happy Birthday)
Inside:
Meal do latha sònraichte!
(have a lovely day)

Graphic of printable item Christmas card (download, 139k)

Outside:
Nollaig Chrìdheil
(Merry Christmas)
agus Bliadhna Mhath Ùr! agus
(a Happy New Year)
Inside:
Le dùrachdan an t-seasain
(with season's greetings)

Graphic of printable item Congratulations! (download, 405k)

Outside:
Meal do naidheachd!
(Congratulations)
Inside:
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Graphic of printable item New Baby (download, 253k)

Outside:
Bèibidh ùr!
(New Baby)
Inside:
Le gach beannachd
(with blessings)

Graphic of printable item Wedding Card (download, 94k)

Outside:
Air latha ur pòsaidh
(On your wedding day)
Inside:
Mealaibh ur naidheachd
(Congratulations)

Graphic of printable item Thank you (download, 321k)

Outside:
Ceud mìle taing
(A thousand thank-yous)
Inside:
Mòran taing (Many thanks)

All cards (download, 1,245k)

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