Foil Stamped Holiday Cards

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Holiday Card 2015Last year I had a huge debacle with ordering holiday cards late and stressing out unbelievably over what date I could realistically mail the cards out to our friends and family. This year I made a promise to myself that I would order our holiday cards early, like day after Thanksgiving Black Friday kind of early. So one day after stuffing myself full of turkey and cranberry sauce, I hopped on my computer to design our 2015 holiday cards.

I soon found myself overwhelmed with the options because there are SO MANY cute and creative cards out there! I ended up looking through hundreds of designs (cue flashbacks from wedding invitation browsing >_<) and ultimately chose the Minted Winter Botanicals design pictured above. This design came in a myriad of festive wintry colors like navy blue, beige, mint green, and a dark cranberry and exists in both portrait and landscape options. Best of all, Minted offered free recipient address labeling with a cute floral and evergreen design and fancy script printed on each envelope.

If you’re still considering ordering holiday cards, it is not too late! Minted has so many absolutely gorgeous and elegant foil pressed designs and ornament themed cards with free address labeling and FREE rush shipping with code SHIP.  If you order today, they can ship you (for free!) the cards by Friday Dec 18 in time for you to turn them around to your friends & loved ones by Christmas. They also have some unique and precious holiday cards designed specifically for newlyweds, which I would have totally ordered last year if I had known this existed.

Happy holiday card shopping!

 

2 Comments on Foil Stamped Holiday Cards

  1. ilene
    December 16, 2015 at 12:02 pm (1 year ago)

    beautiful! we just got ours in the mail! the card is gorgeous!

    Reply
    • Joyce
      December 16, 2015 at 12:29 pm (1 year ago)

      You’re so sweet; thank you Ilene! Matt and I dearly miss you, Jeff, and the girls, and hope that we can catch you the next time we’re back in SF!

      Reply

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