If you're sending out Christmas cards this year you want to make a good impression, not come off as an illiterate boob.

When sending a holiday greeting, the last thing you want is your friends and family mocking your grammar. Whether it's writing a letter to the Jones' or wishing someone a Happy New Years, there are some embarrassing errors that can be easily avoided. Before you pick up a pen, just follow these simple rules and the only thing left for Aunt Martha to mock will be that embarrassing photo of your family wearing matching pajamas.

5 Embarrassing Christmas Card Grammar Errors