Disclosure: I participated in an Ambassador Program on behalf of Mom Central Consulting (#MC) for Cardstore. I received complimentary cards and a promotional item as a thank you for participating.
A few days ago I introduced you to Cardstore.com, an innovative online resource that removes the hassle from mailing out holiday cards. Once you create your custom cards with personalized pictures, messages, and signature, Cardstore will print, stamp and send the cards for you – helping to take one huge item off your already full holiday to-do list.
I loved how easy it was to use, and I was so impressed with the quality of our holiday card, I wanted to show you how the final product came out! I chose the Tis the Season card which provided the perfect backdrop to Arianna’s new holiday picture. The surface is super smooth and crisp, but not surprising given that all cards are printed on 120-pound heavy white card stock. The matte paper is not only beautifully vivid, but eco-friendly too! (Everything is sustainably sourced, FSC-certified, REC-certified & acid-free.)
I can’t express enough how much I loved the whole Cardstore experience – from beginning to end. Everything was above and beyond! I would HIGHLY recommend it to anyone looking for personalized holiday cards. Cardstore wants you to be able to own the top of the mantel this holiday season by sending beautiful and thoughtful seasons greetings to friends and family members. Whether making everyone’s favorite recipe, picking the best “Secret Santa” gift, or choosing the holiday card everyone looks forward to receiving, there is always a little bit of friendly competition during the holiday season.
Reminder: In order to have cards arrive by Christmas Eve, make sure you place your order by December 16th!
One last thing! In case you missed my giveaway, don’t worry Mom Central and Cardstore are currently running a great giveaway on the MC Facebook page, with chances to win ten (10) $50 Amex Gift Cards and one (1) grand prize of a $300 Amex Gift Card! Enter here: http://bit.ly/1bsjLWo
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