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Joy comes in many different shapes and sizes, and that is exactly what you will be able to show with our Square Joy Holiday Cards. Don’t let someone else’s images tell your story. Every time you send out one of these family photo cards, you are sending a story of the past year and the joy your family has experienced. There are plenty of photo spots on the front side of these photo holiday cards as squares are placed in a grid pattern. The word ‘JOY’ is written across the grid. The back layout is a solid color background with your family’s holiday message centered on it. Alternate back designs may be available. All cards printed on recycled paper.
- 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.