Overlapping Peace

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+$0.20/card
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It is possible to have both peace and joy for the world when you send your clients and employees our Overlapping Peace Corporate Holiday Cards. This modern holiday card design is a bold statement for this holiday season. The front and back both feature bright, solo-color backgrounds with contrasting font colors. On the front, we have our exclusive overlapping peace design, and on the back, a joyous holiday greeting rounds things out. It may be possible to swap out back design templates on most of our corporate holiday cards. All cards are printed on luxe, recycled paper. With all of our corporate holiday cards, we offer free designer assistance to help you with custom edits including layout changes, custom colors, photo editing, etiquette and branding elements. Feel good about your purchase knowing all of our cards are printed on 100% post-consumer recycled paper so no trees are harmed. Plus, every order plants a tree.

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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:
10-20
$2.44
21-50
$2.14
51-90
$1.94
91-199
$1.74
200-299
$1.64
300+
$1.54

Nicole Saltinsky

Creative play and experimentation are at the core of my creative process. I find that I do my best work when I allow the design to come together organically—exploring different combinations of colors and layouts, making new discoveries along the way, all while keeping within the limitations of the project. For me, using the notion of “play” to create is design at its most fun—making what I do for a living feel less like a job, and more like a passion.