04 October 2021

Ordering Custom Holiday Cards

It's officially October and the holidays will be upon us before we know it. Much like the foot of snow we got over the past weekend here in Interior Alaska. Fall flown south with the geese, bring on the cocoa and sweaters!

There's nothing like the first official snow to put me in the mood to create holiday and winter-themed cards. How cute is this guy?

On that note, it's time to start thinking about ordering your custom holiday cards. While holiday cards cover the gamete from Valentine's Day to Christmas and everything in between, the most common orders are for the winter holidays, which are quickly approaching.

As I write this, Thanksgiving is 52 days away and Christmas is only 82 days away. What? 2021 seems to be rushing by us. I know, no one wants to rush the season, but there are a couple of deadlines for ordering this year:
  • Thanksgiving Order Deadline - November 1, 2021
  • Christmas Order Deadline - November 26, 2021
Not sure about design ideas? Check out my Pinterest Board for Fall, Halloween & Thanksgiving and Winter, Christmas & Holiday for some inspiration. These boards are for inspiration and will be used to customize the perfect cards for your holidays. Products used will vary, but your cards will be unique to you. There are other boards for inspiration, and many designs can be adapted to fit the holiday of your choosing. Have a look around or search for ideas on your own.

Placing an order is easy! Simply fill out the Holiday Card Order Form and click submit. Once I receive the order I'll contact you to finalize your design and answer any additional questions you may have. I will share a photo proof of the card to ensure I've created the perfect design. The invoice will be sent upon completion of the order. Once payment is received the order will be shipped. I offer Free shipping on all orders and I use USPS for my shipping solution. Tracking numbers are provided at the time of shipping label creation.

If you have questions before placing an order please contact me. I'd love to discuss custom cards with you and answer all of your burning questions.

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