Sat4

National Cookie Day

What is fun and makes you feel cozy and snuggled? Cookie Day! Use this National Day to create happy memories in your kitchen by baking the best cookies ever.
Thu9

Christmas Card Day

The first Christmas card was created in 1843 for Sir Henry Cole, a businessman in search of a fancy way to congratulate his clients. Today, it is a multi-billion tradition that makes an average American send 70 Christmas cards a year.

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Sun19

Saint Nicholas Day in CIS

The St. Nicholas Day is celebrated as a holiday of the children’s patron saint in CIS. If the kids behave well, they get sweets and gifts on this day.
Sun20

Ugly Christmas Sweater Day

Why join the Ugly Christmas Sweater Day? First, it’s fun. Second, it gives to the good cause. Bang-bang! A unique appreciation stunt, Ugly Christmas Sweater Day has raised millions of dollars to the date and inspired a whole new market. Since 2011, the Ugly Christmas Sweater Day holiday has become a recognized and endeared opportunity for the bloggers, celebrities, and basically anyone to get a PR kick and make some silly selfies on the way.

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Mon21

First Day of Winter

Winter Solstice, also known as Midwinter, marks the moment when the Earth makes the full circle and returns to the position where it gets the fewest hours of the daylight. This shortest day of the year is considered the first day of winter.

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Fri25

Christmas

The world’s most known and lovable holiday of all. Like a big festive tornado, it brings families, joy, and tons of presents together. This is a feast of decorations, Santa, reindeers, elves, fireworks, and magic.

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Sat26

Boxing Day

In the countries of the former British Commonwealth, the 26th of December is better known as Boxing Day. The name was derived from the tradition of giving small gifts to the household servants for their hard work during the year.

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Sat26

Saint Stephen’s Day

Saint Stephen was the first Christian saint known for the self-forgetful help to the poor. He died as a martyr in 36AD. The Christian church commemorates his outstanding deeds with what became a public holiday in most European countries.

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Thu31

The New Year’s Eve

A New Year’s Eve was invented to celebrate the change of the number in the “year” slot between December and January. The New Year’s Eve holiday simply marks the astronomic event when Earth closes another lap around its star. Yet, for humans, it became a big deal. All around the world, people toot the change of the calendar date and in some countries, New Year’s Eve is actually the biggest holiday of the year. Yes, even bigger than Christmas.

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The upcoming holidays

December is a wrap up of the whole year. It’s time to sum up what was done and what’s still to be achieved in the next year. You can plan your December social media calendar based on this list of holidays: The First Day of Winter, St Stephen’s Day (Germany), National Cookie Day, St Nicholas Day, Ugly Christmas Sweater Day, Hannukah. But the key holiday of December is definitely Christmas, so prepare visuals with trees, deer, Santa, and lanterns.

In Northern countries, it’s the first month of winter, while in Southern ones it’s sunny and warm. Still, the whole world is obsessed with Christmas, so add a bit of snow to your designs because it’s the main symbol of December. Set marketing goals for the next year but don’t forget to please your target audience with a final big sale of this year. Create ads, social media covers, posts, stories, animations, and more designs in Crello to be totally prepared when it’s time to launch your campaign.