Fa-la-la-la-la it’s a happy day because today we are revealing our new 2014 Christmas card collection with you! We have over 200 new designs featuring the latest trends in stationery from classic Christmas cards to modern Christmas cards and everything in between. We couldn’t be more excited to share these new designs with you!
Start browsing for your favorite holiday photo cards today and remember we have lots of ideas to help you get inspired to send your holiday greetings this year on our blog.
Tips, Ideas & Inspiration:
1. What to wear for your family photos
2. Family photo ideas
3. Customer cards
Picking out what to wear for a family photos can be a daunting task, but we are here to help you with some of our favorite trends and color combinations to inspire you this season! We had fun shopping for clothing ensembles to match the style of three of our favorite Christmas cards. See if you like the looks we put together!
1. Chic Style. Pair black and gold together to get a chic and modern look. Remember, not everything has to be gold. Use accent pieces like shoes and hair accessories to tie it all together. This look was inspired by our faux foil Christmas cards.
Get this look here.
Real cards (and parties!) created by real people like you!
This month’s Featured Favorite is Allison who wanted a superhero themed birthday party for her son, Teddy. She chose our He’s a Superhero Mask Kids Birthday Invitation to kick off the superhero party ideas and set the tone for the birthday. Allison was able to personalize the card with ‘T’ for Teddy and change the colors. She also picked a unique invitation that doubles as a mask that the invitees can play with at home, which sets the stage for how fun this party is going to be.
Calling all Superheroes! Report to Teddy’s 2nd birthday party right away. No need to bring your mask and cape, we’ve got you covered.
For all those who’ve struggled with how to write a thank you card, here are a few tips that might make it a little easier. Whether your note is to follow up on a job interview or to thank a party hostess, knowing how to get started will make it that much easier to finish.
- Write it right away. Preferably while the event is fresh in your mind. Nothing is harder than trying to remember details of a conversation, dinner party or event, weeks after it happened. If you write the thank you note quickly, it’ll be easier to come up with specific things to mention, perhaps a funny moment or a thoughtful touch you appreciated. Wedding thank you cards you can take a little longer, but most etiquette books suggest sending them within 2-3 months.
- Specific is better. Anybody can write a generic thank you note, and we’ve all gotten them: “Thanks for the blankety blank. I really appreciate it. Thanks again. Love, Julie.” Much better to mention exactly what you’re thanking this person for, and add something specific about why you liked it. Continue reading
A special collection of our award-winning designs are now available on the mobile app, Red Stamp! Users can now personalize a greeting from their smartphone or tablet on the go, and print the greeting for a small fee or send it immediately as an e-card for free. If the user orders printed cards, Red Stamp can address, add postage and mail them directly to the recipients. If sent as an e-card it can be shared via email or text messaging, or posted to Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter.