Lilyshop Holiday Cards

Nov 30 2014
Lilyshop Holiday Cards
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Can you believe this year is almost over! What happened?
I have a three year old, a five year old, and a 19 year old going on 42 … Hehehehe
Seriously though, I can’t believe it is already Christmas! Time to get into the Christmas spirit and pick out your Holiday cards!
Every year I order holiday cards to send out to our family and every year I struggle with what design to pick. My husband is Jewish and I’m “Christmas” so I always want to pick something festive, but still neutral to send out to everyone we know.

This year I picked the Resplendent Radiance Sea Glass cards from Tiny Prints and I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE these cards! They have a gold metallic printed text which is so me. This holiday card is chic, classy, and festive. I upgraded to the scalloped die-cut border and I chose the double thick premium paper because I don’t like to send flimsy cards. Most people save their cards year after year and display them on a mantel or string them as garland, so I like to send something substantial each year. I chose the gold metallic envelopes to match my card and I added a printed liner inside the envelope because I’m crafty like that! Scroll down and take a peak …

I chose the Resplendent Radiance in Sea Glass with the scalloped die-cut border and matching gold envelopes. The color is a soft green so it still reads “winter chic”, but it’s not over the top Christmas which was perfect for me. The text is a metallic gold which pops right off the card when you glance at it. It almost looks like a foil, but it’s completely printed ink. You can also get your cards printed on both sides with different images. 

This is the premium double thick matte paper so it’s super substantial and feels like a quality holiday card. So Bright and Merry!

And here is the matching gold envelope with the printed envelope liner. I also got matching printed return labels for the front the envelope. LOVE!
Happy Holidays my crafty friends!
 
 
This post was sponsored by Tiny Prints, but all thoughts are my own. Happy Holidays!

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