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Let’s face it, one photo really isn’t enough to capture that je ne sais quoi that is your family. In fact, even two or three isn’t enough. And we hear you. That’s why we created these New Year’s collage photo cards. They really are the only way your friends and family can truly appreciate the adventures you shared over the last year. And yes, they will thank you for your consideration in providing them the full picture. And while you’re wishing them New Year’s tidings, we’ll be making sure your cards are printed on only the most eco-friendly papers. We’ll even plant a tree in your honor to start your New Year off on the right note.
- Card Type:
- Flat Card
- Card Size:
- Square Cards 5.1" - Flat
- 130lb, 100% post consumer recycled paper
- White envelopes made from 100% post consumer recycled paper.
- Delivery Options:
Shipped To You
$8.99 flat-rate (via Ground)
- Price Per Card:
I’m an art director who is inspired by anything and everything I see – from the deep blues of the ocean to the peas lined up on my plate, and often both influences can wind up in the same design! I love simple, minimalist designs that radiate with vibrant color and fresh palettes, interesting patterns and speak-to-me typography. A great concept or the perfect copy line is something that I lose sleep over on a nightly basis! Stationery design is special because you are capturing a pivotal moment in someone’s life on paper: hey, we’re getting married; our new baby has arrived; John is going off to college. It’s a very emotional form of communication.