Kwanzaa cartoon holiday cards celebrating African heritage

Kwanzaa cartoon greeting cards are yet another offering I have online. If possible, I always try to expand my creative dimensions regarding humor and what I can potentially offer. kwanzaa cartoon greeting cardsKwanzaa is celebrated for those who want to recognize their African heritage during the Christmas holidays. Usually from December 26 until the first of the new year.  I did a cartoon depicting a smiling black Santa Claus which I felt would make the ideal Kwanzaa holiday card. The image I’m featuring in the post, appears on the cover of the card.

This cartoon is also available for customizing if you wish, so when you click the link that takes you to the ordering page, look for the “customize” button towards the top left of the page. You can add text to the inside of the cards if you have several recipients that you’d like to send out to multiple recipients and the same message could be sent to each.

Kwanzaa cartoons available on products

Also keep in mind, if you are a large business, you can make larger orders of this same card and custom it with your business name and so forth. The card stock if a good quality and is at a 17 pt thickness and also a 120lb card stock which is of good quality and would hold up well if sent through the mail system.

My cartoon Santa Claus pictured here is also offered on other items if you wish, such as coffee mugs and apparel such as t-shirts and more.  This way you can extend your celebratory reach onto other products, not just cartoon Christmas cards but also gift items!

Kwanzaa cartoon greeting cards

Don’t hesitate to contact me directly if you seek any kind of similar Kwanzaa cartoons you might need created for a business function or Kwanzaa celebration. As I’ve mentioned in previous cartoon blog posts, I specialize in “custom” cartoons and humorous illustrations and hope you’l;l keep this offer in mind. I am here for you! As always, thank you for stopping and forward my information to a friend who you know enjoys Kwanzaa!