8 Festive Holiday Cards
A little forethought goes a long way this time of year—pick up a pile of these cheerfully seasonal cards and put a smile on the faces of those you love.
Succulents Holiday Card
As much of the country becomes blanketed in snow, add a touch of “greenery” with this warm wishes card. You can customize the color, message, and shape of the note.
To buy: $65 for 25, minted.com.
Dogs as Reindeer Holiday Cards
Put a smile on the face of your canine-loving uncle, best friend, or co-worker this season. (We bet even the feline-enthusiast will get a chuckle out of it too.)
To buy: $17 for eight, papersource.com.
Don’t risk sending a breakable snow globe through the mail when this 2-D version will do the job just as well.
To buy: $16 for eight, riflepaperco.com.
Snow Car Season’s Greetings
Always find yourself behind schedule sending out your seasonal greetings? Pick out a design on this site and input your personalized messages—the company will print them on each and mail them out for you.
To buy: from $2.50 each, postable.com.
Handmade Cap & Mittens Holiday Boxed Cards
Send warm wishes to friends and family with the help of this textured note adorned with miniature winter accessories.
To buy: $25 for eight, papyrusonline.com.
Retro Tree Holiday Card
Bright and bold, this card can stand on its own (literally). Recipients will likely place it on their mantle and display it for all to see during the season.
To buy: $19 for eight, momastore.org.
Foil Peace Motif
This metallic card has a simple design but strong message. Best of all, a tree is planted for every order placed.
To buy: $28 for 10, paperculture.com.
Handmade New York City Cards
Looking for something festive that doesn’t scream “holiday”? This set of eight notecards features hand-drawn interpretations of iconic New York City landmarks. Complete with envelopes lined with the city’s subway maps, these greeting cards will delight immediately upon opening (and can be used throughout the new year).
To buy: $32 for eight, etsy.com/shop/pineapplestdesigns.