It’s Cold

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  • Description

    When the temperature drops and the snow starts falling, you can warm up your loved ones with our Baby It’s Cold Outside Holiday Cards. No matter if you are celebrating your first Christmas together or your tenth, this holiday card is sure to hit the perfect note. The front gives you a spot to highlight your loveliest moment with a retro-style snow design and the classic holiday phrase ‘Baby, It’s Cold Outside.’ The back layout gives you another chance for a cute photo with a space for your personalized holiday greeting and well-wishing. You can be as unique as your love for each other and switch out back design templates. All PaperCulture.com cards are printed on high-quality 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
    10-20
    $2.29
    21-50
    $1.99
    51-90
    $1.79
    91-199
    $1.59
    200-299
    $1.49
    300+
    $1.39
  • Designer

    Rita Poutivskaia

    I’m constantly inspired by the people and the world around me. I seek inspiration from everything whether it is nature or a song I heard this morning. I like to think that I have a bit of a vintage flair to my designs, whether the direction of the design is modern or more traditional. I was born in Russia but grew up in Bay Area so I think I will always have a bit of a mixed point of view: a little bit of the European aesthetic mixed with that vintage inspired/hand made feel of San Francisco. Since most of my memories from Russia are from when I was a child, I seek my color and subject inspiration from that happy place. Yes, I still believe in fairy tales and hope to bring a little bit of of that childhood magic into the grown-up world around us.