Major Headlines

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  • Description

    The news is in and it is good! Paper Culture’s latest photo Christmas card is here, and the Major Headlines Family Holiday Cards are a big deal. Show your holiday excitement without all of the busy and cheesy holiday icons. Wish your friends and family the ‘Warmest Wishes’ this holiday season with a large photo space and a cute holiday greeting on the front side of each family photo card. When you flip the card over, you get a couple more photo opportunities and a space to write your very own holiday greeting. You can mix things up a bit by customizing colors or swapping out the back design template. All holiday cards are printed on 100% 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.