Send Your
Family & Friends Assyrian/Suryoyo Christmas Cards

Sending an Assyrian/Suryoyo card is easy now. Just follow the instructions at each step along the way. After you have completed the card, you will be shown a preview. If you do not like your card selection, you may edit it and then send it. The recipient will receive an e-mail advising where to find the card.

 

STEP #1: Pick a Picture
Please select a picture from the list below using the little Radio Button selector Radio Button to the right of the Picture. You may only pick one picture per card. If you want to see a full size image of a picture, just click on it.

Annunciation

Annunciation

The Angel Announcing to the Virgin Mary that she will conceive, bear a child and call him Ammanu-Eil (The Lord is with us). Computer graphics by Christrina Mirza

Annunciation

Assyrian Santa (1)

Assyrian Santa (Mor Zakho) installing the Assyrian Star on the Christmas tree, the star that led the Wise Men from Assyria to Bethlehem. Drawing by Hanna Hajjar

Santa Clause

Assyrian Santa (2)

Assyrian Santa, traveling through an Assyrian village. Acrylic painting by Robert Dekalaita

Christmas Tree

Assyrian Christmas Tree

Assyrian Christmas Tree, decorated with ornaments. Acrylic painting by Robert Dekalaita

The Nativity Scene

Dargushto

The Nativity Scene. From an ancient Syriac Manuscript

Christmas Greetings

Greetings

Say Your Christmas & New Year Greetings in Syriac, the language of our Lord Jesus Christ. Designed by Beth Suryoyo Assyrian

Aboun D'Bshmayo

The Lord's Prayer (1)

The Lord's Prayer in Syriac, the language spoken by Jesus. From a Syriac poster

Aboun D'Bshmayo

The Lord's Prayer (2)

The Lord's Prayer in Syriac, the language spoken by Jesus. From a Syriac postcard

The Nativity Scene

Nativity (1)

The Nativity Scene. Computer graphics by Sam Asaker

The Nativity Scene

Nativity (2)

The Nativity Scene. From an ancient Syriac manuscript

Yeshu' MshiHo

Playful Jesus

The Mother & Child, uniquely depicting Jesus as a playful Child. From an ancient Syriac manuscript

Yeshu' MshiHo

Presentation

The Presentation of Jesus to St. Simon (Mor Shamoun). From an ancient Syriac manuscript

The Virgin & Child

Virgin & Child

The Virgin & Child, a painting from the Syriac monastery of St. Mark in Jerusalem, believed to have been painted by St. Mark himself

The Three Wise Men

Wise Men

The Three Wise Men who came from Assyria riding on horses (and not Camels) as per Syriac tradition. From an ancient Syriac manuscript

STEP #2: Name & E-Mail Information
In the boxes below, please enter both your and the recipient's name and e-mail addresses. Please make sure to enter the correct email addresses.

Please Be Certain of the Recipient's E-Mail Address

Your Name:
Your E-Mail Address:
Recipient's Name:
Recipient's E-Mail Address:

STEP #3: Select Your Card's Text & Background Colors
Using the menus below, please select your text and background colors. If you want your recipient to be able to read the card, please select two different colors.
TEXT COLOR BACKGROUND

STEP #4: Enter Your Title & Message
In the box below, please enter your message. For those who know HTML, please feel free to use HTML tags to express yourself.
Card Title
Your Message

STEP #5: Sign Your Card
Please fill in below, how you would like to sign your card. Examples would be:
  • Love
  • Best Wishes, Jim
  • Me!

 

STEP #6: Pick a Song!
Please make a selection or skip this step for no music.

STEP #7: Proceed To Preview Or Start Over
You are now ready to preview your card! To do so, just click on the PREVIEW button below. If you want to clear the form and start all over, select START-OVER. Your card will not be sent until you press the SEND-CARD button on the preview screen.