Thank you Minted for sponsoring todays post. As always, all opinions are my own.
Holy smokes… how is it that it’s time to order holiday cards already? Every year–I tell myself I’m going to order at the beginning of November, and then ever year I’m staying up late and working on my holiday cards a few days before Thanksgiving. It’s past Thanksgiving and I’m still working on my cards–narrowing down which design I’m going to go with. I wanted to share with you all the gorgeous holiday cards you can find at Minted this year. Remember, don’t stress if you can’t make it in time to send a Christmas card. You can always send a Happy New Year card and Minted has a wide variety. I love that most of the cards this year have the option for multiple different holidays/phrases. I.e., Christmas, Religious Christmas, & New Year.
You guys know that Minted is my go-to whenever I send Christmas cards, birth announcements, or even party invites! I can’t say enough good things about the paper quality, the thoughtful design, and all the extra details Minted gives to its customers. Every year I get countless compliments on our Christmas cards. I love that you can go with a simple card or add in all the bells and whistles like Silhouette™ Shape, Skinnywrap™ address labels, slip-in envelope liners and upgraded envelopes to say the least.
I also love that I can get a quick visualization of what our card could look like by adding in a photo and turning on the USE FIND IT FAST™ feature! This allows me to quickly visualize what my card would look like all while not having to go into a bunch of design and having to upload and start desigining each and every card.
So let me show you a few of my favorites (and runner ups). I plan to reveal our actual Christmas card on Christmas day. I don’t want to spoil the fun for our family and friends who receive our Christmas card. I want to keep it a surprise for them too!
Love this Joy to the World card. I think the font choice is calling my name and compliments our family photo perfectly.
I love the Joyful Greeting design. I’ve never went with a foil press and am leaning toward it this year!