I adore receiving holiday messages and I love sending out photo cards to friends and family in return! Coming up with new Christmas card designs every year is something I look forward to! Here are some of my favourite places to shop for holiday cards as well as an idea of what each one has to offer.
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Tiny Prints has so many designs to choose from and right now they are 40% with code TURKEY (until Nov 24, 2019). They have sales often and I assume Black Friday will be at least 40% off as well! They offer free shipping within the US. Bonus for my American Friends!
Not gonna lie…this one might be the front runner…
But they have so many pretty options!
Minted is probably the priciest option, but they have really unique products like these mini booklet cards! They will also do fun things like address and send your cards for you (for a price of course!)
They are offering 15% off holiday cards right now with the code JOYFUL19 (Until Nov 26, 2019), but I would hold out and hope for a better deal on Black Friday!
And FYI all the extra dotted lines won’t be on each page…the preview won’t let you remove them lol!
Chatbooks is new to me, but I love the styling available with their cards, which are currently 40% off with code MERRY40. They also make cool photo books right from your phone, which is something I am definitely going to check out!
And a bonus…they offer free return address printing!
Artifact Uprising is another company that is new to me and that has really elegant and modern cards. They also have really great gift guides up on their site with personalized gift ideas for loved ones!
For my fellow Canadians, Vistaprint is a good middle of the road pricing option and they offer inexpensive shipping within Canada. Their cards are currently 50% off with code BIGDEAL (until Nov 28, 2019)
You can’t beat Costco for price. At around $20 for 50 cards, they are my budget choice! You don’t get some of the fancy features like extra pictures on the back or sparkles, but they have some nice basic designs!
So what do you think? Should I save $ this season and send some simple cards from Costco…should I splurge and send the fancy booklets from Minted… or should I settle for something in between? So many options!
I hope this has given you some ideas for your own family photos and Christmas card designs this year!
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