Paper Culture for Christmas & Holiday Cards

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In the last few years, there’s been a proliferation of places to get customized printing done & stationery made.  One of the most popular things to get done is either announcements or holiday cards, usually with your own photos incorporated.  Paper Culture is one such company that I was totally unfamiliar with. 

While you can upload your photos to their cards to make them more personal, they have tons that you don’t have to upload a photo to, as well.  I’m going to admit it – I would feel weird sending out Christmas Cards that are a picture of me, since I don’t have kids!  And I’m sure people that were on the receiving end might think that was a bit odd too. 

Here are a few of the Paper Culture designs that I loved!

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Simple and Bold.  Love the tone on tone and the etched feel of this card.  Very elegant and different.

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Colorful Trees.  Ummm…I might be absolutely head over heels in love with these trees and the colors.  Yes, yes I am.  I adore the back of this card, too. 

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Transparent Ornaments – I love love love Mid Century Modern design.  These ornaments are super cute, and add a little sumtin-sumtin without being overpowering. 

overlappingcircles Paper Culture for Christmas & Holiday Cards

Overlapping Circles.  This reminds me of a Kaleidoscope.  How fab would it be for Christmas Party invitations? This would be really cute for a kids party, too.

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Party Glasses – Love this for a casual, adults-only party!  Or a 21st birthday.  I suppose one of the mugs could be cocoa or something and you could use it for a game night?

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Balloon & Party Ball – I love love love these, too.  I adore the festive feel of the confetti.  So super cute!

Paper Culture has several features that make them stand above the rest.  They offer free rounded corners.  While I don't like it on every card, many times, rounded corners gives something that little bit of elegance or a finishing touch. 

The also have 130 lb 100% recycled paper & recycled envelopes as their standard paper.  Not an upgrade here!  130 lb Cardstock is super-duper heavy. 

And new to Paper Culture, they are now offering free samples of their holiday cards.  You don't even need to provide a credit card! It's a great way to see the quality before making a commitment.

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