Festive Fever in October

October marks the arrival of a month-long festival as we embrace this fall season and get into the spirit of wearing cozy sweaters and pumpkin-flavored recipes. However, with the sun getting sleepier and fall chill in the air, it doesn’t lead to the end of fun. The month of October has plenty of happening events and festivals to keep you busy and warm. Without wasting any more time let’s check out what this month has in store for us.

Among the many happening festivals that are lined up this month, here are AAthe popular ones:-

Canadian Thanksgiving (Oct 12, 2020)

Canadian Thanksgiving is celebrated on the second Monday of October. This traditional day celebrates the successful year of good harvest and is followed by celebration gatherings with loved ones and preparing Thanksgiving Day meals such as turkey, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, pumpkin pies, etc.

For creating cards on this special occasion, make sure that you use the different elements that represent the spirit of Thanksgiving. Make use of bright colors such as yellow, orange, and red with cute and funny turkey characters, autumn leaves, and pumpkins to perk up the fun quotient.

Boss Day (Oct 16, 2020)

Every year the National Boss Day is celebrated by the workers or employees to show and express appreciation to their supervisors or bosses for being an inspiration and great support at work.

So let them feel important and special with some fun and humorous themes and make your boss laugh with some fun messages.

Sweetest Day (Oct 17, 2020)

Similarly, like Valentine’s Day, Cleveland Confectioners came with the idea to celebrate the love for candies and distribution of sweets in heart-shaped boxes to old folks, poor, and orphans across the city. Soon people started celebrating the day eating confectionery and share the joy with their loved ones and this day is popularly celebrated as the Sweetest Day.

To make this day special for our users, make sure it must imbibe sweetness with romantic messages; kisses, hugs, chocolates, teddy to convey the right emotion through your cards.

Halloween (Oct 31, 2020)

Halloween is the most popular festival celebrated in the United States. This day is dedicated to remembering the dead and departed souls. Today Halloween is more considered as a holiday to dress -up and have a fun time. You will find people wearing different costumes and lit bonfires to ward off the ghosts. It also involves many other activities such as carving jack-o-lanterns, trick or treating, festive gathering and indulging in delicious treats.

So get ready to trick and scare the bravest of our users with your enticing illustrations full of fun, thrill and spookiness. It’s time to experiment and give a sneak peek at the hidden devil inside you with your spooky cards.

I’m sure you are equally thrilled and excited as we are to explore the multiple events coming up this month. It’s the perfect time to explore new ideas and surprise our users with eye-catching e-cards. Also, it’s the perfect opportunity for all our artists to increase their card sends and maximize their earnings.

Watch out this space for more updates on announcements and upcoming contests.

Cheers!

123Greetings Studio

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