Since that original order I have gone on to use Paperless Post to send online birthday cards, to create baby shower invitations, a birthday party invitation for my mother’s 60th birthday, and countless times where I’ve utilized the ability to fill out details online and have a physical card mailed to someone for a thinking-of-you or birthday. The fact that I can print a single card for someone, print massive amounts of cards for a big event (with an awesome online RSVP management section), or just shoot off a free birthday card through email has made Paperless Post my go-to card company over these past years.
This year I’ve already started daydreaming of my next use for Paperless Post – 2017 Holiday Cards.
To help you get inspired as well I’ve rounded up some of my favorites below. I’m always drawn to photo cards personally, and I love that Paperless Post has a variety of designs as well as a ton of different layouts and options for my cards. I always like to start collecting my holiday card ideas on Pinterest in the fall so that if I find a layout/style that I like I can start thinking and planning for that picture we’ll use each year.
Here are some of my favorites for this year:
I know it’s not even Halloween yet, so if thinking about your Holiday Cards gives you the creeps, don’t fret. They have tons of cute Halloween cards too!
This post is made in cooperation with Anagram Interactive and Paperless Post. All thoughts, feelings, and content are my own.