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I’m in love. With our Christmas cards.
I know that sounds weird, but when you guys see them, you’ll understand. They are shiny and GORGEOUS. And my face is all over them. What’s not to love?
By now I’ve placed several orders through Minted and I while I’ve always loved them, I think it’s safe to say they are officially my favorite. Their stationery is fresh, unique, and of the highest quality. And this year, they’ve upped the holiday card game because now …
… you can get GOLD FOIL PRINTING on your cards.
Oh yes, friends. Who would look at a gold foil card and think, “meh?” NOBODY.
When I saw a sample in a mailer I received, I just knew I had to get our holiday cards with Minted and harness this shiny gold foil for myself. Thanks to Minted I was able to make a shiny and pretty holiday card with some of our Alaska cruise pictures (remember that Alaska trip that I haven’t blogged about yet?).
Instead I’ll share some of my favorite gold foil designs from Minted. These are five of DOZENS of gorgeous designs:
spirited holiday foil-pressed holiday cards
And for all you newlyweds out there, Minted has a line of cards just for you. Aren’t they adorable?
married little heart holiday photo cards
AND to make your life easier, Minted now offers FREE recipient addressing on your envelopes! All you have to do is save your address into your Minted account and they will be there forever. I’m trying this out for the first time this year and I’m giddy over all the time I know it’s going to save me when it’s crunch time in December.
Which Minted card design is your favorite?
Thank you to Minted for sponsoring this post.