Abstract Merry Christmas

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6" x 4.3" Card
no charge
+$0.20/card

  • Description

    Bold colors and shapes give this holiday card an ultra modern mystique. While the card works well with both color and black and white photos, if you choose a color one, we’d recommend trying to match the color palette of the card you pick for the greatest impact. Make sure your holiday cards stand out with these bold, modern designs. Printed on equally bold, 100% post consumer recycled paper.

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  • Details
    Card Type
    Flat Card
    Card Size
    Cards 6.0" x 4.3" - Flat
    Paper
    130lb, 100% post consumer recycled paper
    Envelopes
    White envelopes made from 100% post consumer recycled paper.
    Delivery Options
    Mailed For You
    $0.30 plus the cost of the stamp
    Shipped To You
    $8.99 flat-rate (via Ground)
    Price Per Card
    1-10
    $2.59
    11-20
    $2.29
    21-50
    $1.99
    51-90
    $1.79
    91-199
    $1.59
    200-299
    $1.49
    300+
    $1.39
  • Designer

    Stacy Tang

    As a child, Stacy Tang was the resident one eyed monster for the Chinese Special Olympics. It was not until she was recruited by the local circus as their resident Chairman Mao impersonator that her life would change for the better and when I say better, I mean tangier. In the circus, she would finally find herself amongst her peers and loved for who she really was – a woman. Because only real woman go on life-changing quests to meet the owl that discovered how many licks it took to get to the center of a Tootsie Pop. With the popularity of bubbles and connect the dot puzzle games, Stacy discovered the inner beauty hidden deep within her and it did not consist of a carbonated orange flavored drink popular amongst astronauts. Instead, it was paint and lots of it. Now she is a world renowned artist that has had shows in every corner of the planet. She still impersonated Chairman Mao upon request. www.stacytang.com