My Tip & Coupon Code for Sending Holiday Cards (It's Not Too Late!)

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I love sending and receiving cards, but inevitably wait too long to send out Christmas cards that would arrive by Christmas day. Which is why I love New Year’s cards. It doesn’t matter if they arrive before or after Christmas (or Hanukkah) or even New Year’s day, as long as they’re there by the first week of January, you’re golden. Plus, isn’t it exciting to think of a brand-new year full of possibilities? (And, if you have friends from many different religious faiths, it handily eschews that whole issue). Hooray, I say, for New Year’s cards!

We like to use Tiny Prints for our cards, as their designs are modern, fresh and peppy. Plus, they will mail your cards directly to your recipients for you! These are the ones we’ll be sending out this year. I love the sentiment and that we could include a few different photos from our adventures in Southern California.



Plus, the colorful stripes on the back really sealed the deal. You can find them, along with many other styles (including non-photo greeting cards), at Tiny Prints.

Plus, if you would like to get your cards there by Christmas, you still can with free express shipping (a $24.95 savings) when you order today and use code FS5GIFT at checkout.

There are more great coupon codes, too. You can see them all here, but here’s one that’s hard to beat:

Buy One Christmas or Hanukkah Greeting Card, Get One Free with code BOGO12 through 12/20 at 11:59pm PST.

I’d love to know, do you send out holiday cards? Is there a favorite site, store or company that you like to use?




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