I'll admit it. Yesterday I was in a frenzy getting up many of the photo Christmas card designs that have been sitting around on my hard drive waiting to be launched into the world. I wanted to have them all ready by Cyber Monday (I had a big sale, if you missed it and want to know about these in the future sign up for my mailing list.)
But I listened to an upbeat Christmas mix, poured myself a cup of tea and found I deeply enjoyed my frenzy. Also, time pressure is a grand thing.
I've got three varieties this year:
Printable Photo Holiday Cards. You pick a design, upload a photo, let me know what colors and text you'd like and Voilà! A day or so later you've got a file you can print at home, upload to an online printer or take to a copy shop.
Good ol' printable holiday cards. Download the file, run it through your printer, cut and send. Good times.
I love moo.com, not only because they're a great brand with fantastic products (like their business cards and stickers) but because they ship to BOTH Europe and North America and have localized websites in German, Spanish, English, Italian and French. Uploading the template is super easy (they've got a step-by-step wizard that will walk you through it, I link to it in the card product listing). I highly recommend going this route if you just don't have the mo to print cards yourself. No mo?, do moo.
There is still time to send holiday cards out! I made a bunch at my advent paper workshops last month, now, I just have to send them. Time for more Christmas music!