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With the holiday season almost upon us, it’s time to start thinking of sending out Christmas and New Year’s Eve cards and invitations to your nearest and dearest.
With all the hustle and bustle of this time of year –the Christmas decorations, the shopping, the parties, etc.– digital cards make things easier on you, as you can save lots of time and money. Plus, they’re ethical and eco-friendly!
Say It With Paperless Post
As its name suggests, Paperless Post is a digital stationery website where you can find online invitations, cards and flyers for all sorts of occasions and celebrations: holidays, birthdays, baby showers, weddings, graduation and company parties,… Literally anything to celebrate meaningful life moments with our beloved ones or simply to light up someone’s day. In this post, I’m going to focus on holiday season cards.
Stunning and Unique Designs
One of the things I like the most about Paperless Post is that their cards and invitations are designed by world-famous illustrators, stationers and fashion designers, including Kate Spade New York, Oscar de la Renta, and Rifle Paper Co.
As you can see, the two previous designs are unbelievably similar to traditional print cards and envelopes. I love the papery textures, the bright colours and the satin finishes.
But wait, there’s more! Not only are the designs beautiful but they are highly customisable, with lots of typefaces, colours and formatting options. Below are some Paperless Post holiday cards that I’ve customised using their web editor. I’ve added my own photos and changed the text accordingly.
Paper Christmas Cards
If you’re more traditional and are looking for paper cards instead, Paperless Post has also a printed holiday collection at Paper Source.
Your Address Book & Post Box
A very useful feature of Paperless Post is that you can create your own address book when you create an account and you can import contacts from your Gmail, Yahoo or AOL mail accounts. You can also create recipient lists and invite guests.
You also have a post box, where you can send and receive cards, invitations and flyers. Amazing!
How Much Does it Cost?
Joining Paperless Post is completely free. There are a lot of cards that are free to send and others can be sent using coins that you can purchase on their website. 25 coins cost $10. Usually sending a card starts at 2 or 5 coins so, in my opinion, it’s more affordable than sending traditional printed cards.
Finally, I just want to say how happy I am for having found out about Paperless Post. Believe me, I’ve already become addicted to it and I’ll definitely use it every time I need to send birthday and holiday cards to my family and friends.
Did you know about Paperless Post holiday cards? Have you ever used their website before? Leave a comment below to let me know what you think!
Peace, love & happiness, y’all. ✌️