It is hard to believe Christmas is less than a month away now. Where has the year gone? It is time to start decorating and making plans for holiday get-togethers. It’s also time to start thinking about sending out your holiday cards.
With the business of the season, we are all looking for ways to save some time. Paper Culture offers an easy way for you to create an order your custom holiday cards. You can also have them stuff and mail your cards too for a small fee and the cost of postage.
It is very easy to create your cards on Paper Culture’s website. They have many different colors and styles to choose from that will allow just 1 image up to 3 or 4. Once you choose your card, you simply upload your custom image. It will be automatically aligned. You can choose to leave the image as is or to have one of their designers help with the image layout. Once your image is set, you simple type in your message and signature. Then you can preview the card and add it to your shopping cart.
It only took me about 15 minutes to choose, create and order my custom holiday cards. The hardest part was choosing which card because there were so many that I liked! The only thing I wish Paper Culture would add to their card making process is the ability to choose and use custom fonts for your card messages.
Paper Culture offers modern designs with “clean lines, bold colors and fresh typography“. Their cards are printed on high quality 130 lb. weight heavy stock paper cut with rounded corners.
Best of all, Paper Culture is focused on being eco-friendly. They use 100% post consumer recycled paper for their cards and envelopes. They also plant a tree with every order placed which I think is really neat! Paper Culture states that they have planted over 200,000 trees to date. I love supporting companies that are eco-conscious.
Below is a picture of the cards I ordered. All of their cards ship in a signature logo box which you can use as to keep your cards in until they are sent then use it as a storage box, jewelry box or even a gift box for someone else. The cards also come with quality white envelopes.
To see all the cards Paper Culture offers and order your own holiday cards just visit this link: http://www.paperculture.com/holiday-christmas-cards.html You can also see how their cards compare to others here: http://www.paperculture.com/how-paper-culture-compares.html Find them on Facebook at: http://www.facebook.com/paperculture?fref=ts
What do you think about Paper Culture? Which design would you choose for your cards? Feel free to comment below and share this post! Thank you!
*Disclaimer. I received products and or compensation for this review. Regardless, all opinions are 100% my own and were not influenced by the company.