Okay, so I am the first to admit that I am not the best at sending holiday cards on time. But who decides what is on time? Shouldn't it just be about sending love, sending a gesture, sending well wishes to those we love? That right there doesn't have a time limit. It shouldn't have a time limit. So, whether you send your holiday cards right after Thanksgiving, after the new year, or in July, they send the same message and that is all that matters.
I have always been a fan of Minted. I buy their art to hang on my walls, I admire their efforts to support and encourage independent artists everywhere, and I can't say enough about the feel and look they represent. Thick paper, quality craftsmanship, and excellent service.
So here I found myself thumbing through their catalog for a good hour today, followed by more time online with such excitement for so many of their holiday options. Maybe this year I will be "on time"! Whether you are thinking about a postcard, a traditional card, or a booklet - letterpress, neon embellished, or gold foil - hand drawn, geometric, or fancy, I encourage you to consider checking out what Minted has to offer.
I was thrilled to partner with Minted for this post and share my excitement. Thank you for trusting my honest opinion and supporting this blog.