Simple Floral

5.125" Circle Card
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This card comes with square envelopes that require additional postage above and beyond standard first class postage. This format is NOT eligible for our mailing service due to the increased postage.

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Flowers are more than just pretty decorations, and our Simple Floral Company Holiday Cards show just that. Throughout history, leaders, and businesses have used floral designs in their insignias to symbolize power, unity, and love. The floral pattern in the background of our Simple Floral Company Holiday Cards symbolize all three powerful attributes. The year and a simple holiday greeting complete the front side of each company Christmas card. The back side shows the power of the written word with ample space for you to convey your company’s most heartfelt holiday blessings. Our free designer assistance can help with any logo placement needs. We always use 100% recycled paper for all of our cards.

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Card Type:
Flat Card
Card Size:
Circle Cards 5.1" - Flat
Paper:
130lb, 100% post consumer recycled paper
Envelopes:
White envelopes made from 100% post consumer recycled paper.
Delivery Options:
Shipped To You
$8.99 flat-rate (via Ground)
Price Per Card:
10-20
$2.59
21-50
$2.29
51-90
$2.09
91-199
$1.89
200-299
$1.79
300+
$1.69

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.