7" x 5.125" Card
Straight
Corners
no charge
Rounded
Corners
+$0.20/card
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Cards have foil on the front but not the back. Foil aspects cannot be customized, but most other elements can be changed with free designer assistance.

Free Designer Assistance

We’re here to help with layout, colors, photo editing, and etiquette advice. We even send you a free digital proof.

You can request edits by clicking “Request free designer assistance” at the end of personalization. If you have questions, please contact us at any time online at help.paperculture.com or via phone toll-free at 877-77-CULTURE (877-772-8588).

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There’s something wonderful in simple patterns, and our Dot Border Holiday Cards are a wonderful representation of that feeling. The uncluttered holiday card design is a throwback to childhood fun. Your favorite holiday image is framed by an uncluttered dot pattern that draws in the eye while keeping the main focus on your precious moments. The plain back design simply gives you and your family the space needed to bring an amazing holiday greeting to life. If you would like, you can switch out back design template to create something altogether new and different. Our Dot Border Photo Cards are printed on super thick paper with a nice matte texture finish.

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Card Type:
Flat Card
Card Size:
Cards 5.1" x 7.0" - 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
$3.44
11-20
$3.14
21-50
$2.84
51-90
$2.64
91-199
$2.44
200-299
$2.34
300+
$2.24

Nikole Gramm

My many design interests are fueled by my love of making and rowdy inner child. My inspiration comes from hours spent in antique stores eyeballing vintage ephemera, illustrators of the mid century era, and my fascination of the natural world. When I’m not designing I’m getting my hands dirty; most recently that means screen printing and cyanotyping.