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I love Christmas cards. 
During college, I worked at a post office, and since then, I’ve held on to my appreciation for real, tangible mail. Although I keep in touch with a lot of people online, there is nothing like receiving a lovely envelope, containing a picture of family or friends, to hang on my wall. I love the daily reminder of the relationships we are so blessed to have each time I see their smiling faces.
I remember when my mom used to hand-make all our of Christmas cards. They were awesome! That is one tradition I haven’t continued, and she doesn’t do that anymore either. There are just so many lovely printing companies now, that can do all the hard work for you. To me, digitally ordering a Christmas card is just as exciting (and a whole lot easier) than making them by hand.
One of my very favorite companies is Minted.com.
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I am in love with their Christmas card options.
They have so many gorgeous designs.
My favorite feature is the different shapes you can get– rounded corners, scallops, wavy edges, etc. I love the calligraphy inspired fonts, and the chalkboard trend. They have lots of option for both of these! Other great options to consider are the papers (100% recycled or pearlescent), color customization, folded cards, and pretty lined envelopes.
Check out some examples!

Merry Typography Christmas Photo Cards

Merry Snowflakes Holiday Photo Cards
Vine and Berry Christmas Photo Cards
Joyeux Noel– they even have chalkboard inspired designs
Chalk Holiday Christmas Photo Cards
Good Tidings of Joy Christmas Photo Cards
Holiday Map Postcard– so fun if you moved this year!
Holiday Map Postcard - East Coast Christmas Photo Cards
Fun Back of Card Options:
Merry Typography Christmas Photo Cards
Great quality isn’t always the cheapest thing to be found, but for the price, you really do get great quality products. Which is why it’s awesome that Minted.com is running a discount right now.
Use code FROST15 for 15% off your order.
Ends tomorrow.
P.S. Do you save all the Christmas cards you receive? I do, hehe. Need an idea on how to preserve and organize them? Well, you can thank my mom. This is her idea. 🙂
I am being provided a set of my own cards in exchange for this post. I have not been paid any money as compensation. Opinions are all my own.
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xoxo, Rach H.