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Andrea, my favorite guest blogger is back to contribute to our Holiday Card Series. Andrea loves paper and all things stationary related. A committed letter writer, she is sending a letter each day this year. Take it away Andrea!
I’m one of those who people who loves the holiday season. Lights, wrapping presents and chocolate mint everywhere. What’s not to love? It means spending time with friends and family, baking, and sending cards. Sending mail is one of my favourite pastimes – and the holidays give me license to shop for great stationery and send love via snail mail. Choosing holiday cards is such fun!
I pretty much love everything about Mr. Boddington – the fonts, designs and colour palettes.
These Posy Paper Co. cards are so lovely – gorgeous lettering and patterns. Committed to being green, these cards are printed on recycled paper, with soy-based inks.
These hand-illustrated cards by Print Stitch & Paste are in more traditional colour palettes and some are available to be customized.
Speaking of customization, I yearn for a day when I am able to afford these gorgeous Rifle Paper Co. holiday cards.
Rifle’s holiday collection is simply gorgeous and there are motifs to satisfy all tastes, from contemporary and classic to more traditional and floral.
These Kate & Birdie cards offer more muted palettes, with pretty script. I picked up a box of these Peace on Earth cards. I’m getting pretty excited to send these (and all of the others I picked up) out!
Continue to follow Andrea’s 365 days of letter writing challenge and her beautiful finds on:
I have a lot of birthdays coming up this month (8 to be exact!) and I always hate that I wait until last minute to purchase birthday cards. I am also pretty sure I am not the only one who knows what it is like to go into Walgreens to buy a card for an occasion and they are all out, so you pick whatever is there. Am I right??? This time I have planned ahead and have found some lovely handmade cards from amazing artists that will be perfect for all the loves in my life. I think sometimes we assume handmade cards are more expensive than store bought cards, but this is not the case whatsoever. (more…)