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Dec012010

Taylor Swift Releases New Christmas Greeting Cards, Ornament

Photo Courtesy - American Greetings [dot] com(NEW YORK) -- When you're buying Taylor Swift's Speak Now album as Christmas gifts for everyone in your family this holiday season, why not include a Taylor Swift Christmas card in your package?

As part of her deal with American Greetings, the singer has released 10 new holiday cards, with messages either written by or inspired by her.  One card pictures a pair of hands, encased in festive red gloves, making the "heart" gesture that Swift's fans have often seen her make.  Another card depicts Christmas cookies, appropriate since one of Swift's hobbies is baking.

Along with the cards, Swift is also releasing her first holiday ornament, which depicts a scene from her "Love Story" video.  It also plays the song.

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