Minted Holiday Cards {giveaway}


It is time.

Time to order holiday cards and get them in the mail to your loved ones.  (And let’s face it, the people you don’t love so much too.  Sometimes.)

If you mail out cards, let me simply suggest Minted as an option.  Their cards are TOP NOTCH.  I used them last year, and so many people went out of their way to comment on how beautiful they were.  High quality printing, thick luxiourious paper, and gorgeous, non-cheesy designs.

Here are some of my favorites this year:


Maybe you’re a traditionalist that likes a little bit of luxe?  Gold.  Foil.  Done.

(they also have one that says Merry Christmas}


Want a fun pop that isn’t as traditional?

Yay for yellow!


I just love this scripty font.


While I like the idea of the photo taking up most of the card, this one reminds me of the more traditional cards we sent out as kids.

But updated with a better design.




Most cards also have a backer option.  You can add more photos (which I did last year because I couldn’t choose just one!), or just a short note.



Free (did I mention FREE?) address labeling.

On your envelopes.

No more fighting your printer to feed those sticker labels through (just me?)!!!!

You can send your family and friends a card in the mail that looks all professional and such…FREE.

Alright, you know I can’t do one of these posts unless I can give something away, right?

Well, Minted is giving away one $125 gift certificate!!!!

Just follow the Rafflecopter entry options below.  You can do as many as you’d like.  And frankly, you probably already do at least one of them, so it’s silly to not enter.

I’ll pull a winner on Monday.

Have a great Thanksgiving my friends.  Enjoy this time and slow down a little.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post, but all opinions are my own.  But I really did specifically ask if I could give a credit away.  Because I love you.  I mean, one of you.  In this case.  



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