Although sending paper holiday cards isn’t the most eco-friendly choice I make during the holidays, I have found a company that makes me feel a little less guilty. Paper Culture offers holiday cards on beautiful paper that is made on 100% post consumer recycled paper.  When I heard about an opportunity to review them, I jumped at the opportunity since it would make me a repeat customer.

Last year’s Paper Culture Holiday Card

Last year I ordered my holiday cards from Paper Culture at the beginning of November.  (There are always better deals for early birds when it comes to holiday cards.)  I loved the design choices, ranging from whimsical to modern.  It makes me happy when I don’t have to week through pages of tacky designs to find just the right card.

The customer service is excellent.  When I placed my order last year, a representative contacted me to review the lettering I choose for the card.  They suggested an alternative to the apostrophe that I initially included in our name.  I appreciated the personal attention and loved how the cards came out.

This year I also picked a custom design for the back. I choose to add some pictures of the kids from the past year.  You get the space and flexibility to talk about milestones or special occasions that happened in the past year.  It makes choosing photos a little easier too.

Sneak peek only at the front!

Look for special deals and coupons on the site. Currently, there is a 25% off sale plus free shipping.  Like most sites, the more cards you order, the less expensive they are.  All designs cost the same which is another benefit in my opinion. Plus, with every order, a tree is planted.

When do you order your holiday cards?  Are they done yet?

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Disclosure: I received a stipend to cover some of the costs of the cards. All opinions shared here are my own.

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