Today is the first day of November—and if you are anything like me, you are preparing for the holidays, which will be here before you know it. For the past five years, I have created and personalized holiday greeting cards to send to my friends and family. I enjoy making cards that are created straight from my heart and made from love, and I know that the people I send them to enjoy receiving the cards I make each year.
I have created Christmas cards with the help of several online greeting card companies and retailers, using images that I took on my digital camera. Each year, we use a different theme, as I try to incorporate what has happened during the year into our cards.
Over the years, I have had great success creating my holiday greeting cards online. So I wanted to share with you the websites that I have used and had good experiences with.
I love Shutterfly and their creative options for holiday cards. I’ve used them a few times, not only for holiday cards, but for invitations and other cards for Valentines Day. The cards are always well designed and great quality. Of all of the online personalized holiday cards, Shutterfly is a little pricey. But I can say that they are also well worth it, and with all of their artwork and options, will bring you and your loved ones a lot of joy!
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If you are looking for unique personalized holiday cards that won’t break the bank, Tiny Prints is your place. I love their styling options and the crispness of their cards, and the different collage options really help you create a nice personalized card. I used Tiny Prints two years ago and loved them!
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Vistaprint is the first company I ordered personalized cards from, and boy, have they changed. Before, there weren’t as many options and now, you can really go to town creating a card that is fun and festive. Vistaprint’s online editing system makes it easy to make a card that everyone will love. And they are probably one of the cheapest options available.
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Walgreens not only gives you the ability to create custom holiday cards online, but you can pick them up in the store, sometimes, within an hour. Their photo cards are a great option if you are looking to stay within a tight budget, and they produce some great cards too.
Pear Tree Greetings
I used Pear Tree Greetings last year, and I will be using them again this year. I was able to create a custom card that was also an ornament that people could put on their Christmas tree, and I loved that touch. The cards you can create on Pear Tree greetings aren’t your run of the mill cards—you can be as fun and creative as you want!
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I hope that these 5 options will give you some ideas for your family’s next custom holiday greeting card.
Will you be sending holiday cards this year? Let’s discuss!
Last Christmas my best friend gave me a really nice wooden Christmas card. It is color printed to Maple wood veneer and it folds which is super cool, the inside shows the message and the maple wood grain. I found out that a firm out in Colorado called Unique Custom Products made it. I am considering ordering from them this year…check them out if you like wooden items http://www.stampworldonline.com.
Latoya Smith says
Over the years I’ve ordered dozens of Holiday cards that were printed with less than expected quality. Last year my company in Pembroke Pines, FL printed some Holiday business cards with PCA Delta, and they were great. I’ve been printing with them ever since. If you need holiday cards printed go to http://www.pcadeltaprinting.com/ I strongly recommend them.