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Dolly Parton Wants Fans to Create Custom Christmas Cards for ‘A Holly Dolly Christmas’ Special

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Confess, you’d love a selfie with country legend Dolly Parton. The picture would make a cool Christmas card.

Now’s your chance to help Dolly celebrate the holidays. And she’s giving you the chance to make customizable holiday cards to promote her new album and Christmas special.

If you know how to drag and drop on a computer, you can edit the card to show you’re next to “Dolly Claus” in a sleigh.

Yes, please.

Parton wrote on Twitter: “The holidays might look different this year. But I don’t want you to miss the chance to get your photo with Dolly Claus. Celebrate ‘A Holly Dolly Christmas’ with your very own customizable Christmas card! Share yours using #AHollyDollyChristmas! http://ahollydollychristmascard.com.”

You can go here to create your card. There are four customizable options for your card. The site says your own selfies work best. So snap a way, in case you really needed an excuse.

Check Out The Dolly Parton Christmas Album Details

Parton released her album in early October to give her fans a head start on celebrating Christmas. Kicking off the holidays a bit early can help us all deal with 2020, right?

“I love Christmas,” Parton told “Vanity Fair.” “I love everything about it.”

“Its a wonderful album. I’m very proud of it. We’ll see how it does. Merry Christmas.”

Parton said she got the idea for the album’s title when she heard “Holly Jolly Christmas.” It was the Burl Ives version included in the Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer animated special that first premiered in 1964.

“Cuddle Up Cozy Down Christmas” featuring Parton with Michael Bublé was the first song released off the album. Parton also collaborated with other stars, including Billy Ray Cyrus, her goddaughter Miley Cyrus, Jimmy Fallon and Willie Nelson. Parton’s younger brother, Randy, also is featured on the album.

Because of Covid-19 restrictions, the other singers on the album recorded their parts separately.

Meanwhile, the “Holly Dolly Christmas” special is set for Dec. 6 on CBS. And if you can’t get enough Dolly, she has her new special on Netflix. That’s’ “Dolly Parton’s Christmas on the Square.” It premieres Sunday and stars Christine Baranski, Jenifer Lewis, Treat Williams and Jeanine Mason.