Cards have foil on the front but not the back. Foil aspects cannot be customized, but most other elements can be changed with free designer assistance.
We’re here to help with layout, colors, photo editing, and etiquette advice. We even send you a free digital proof.
You can request edits by clicking “Request free designer assistance” at the end of personalization. If you have questions, please contact us at any time online at help.paperculture.com or via phone toll-free at 877-77-CULTURE (877-772-8588).
Imagine a beautiful array of flowers or a parade of balloons with our new Watercolor Joy Corporate Holiday Cards. The abstract holiday card design leaves a lot to the imagination as every person can interpret the pattern of colors a different way. The front side is full of color and a greeting from your company. On the flip side, you can choose to add to the abstract beauty of the watercolors design by creating a wonderful holiday message. It may be possible to switch out the back design template to add more creativity. Every order placed throughout the entire year allows us to plant one more tree. 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.
- Card Type
- Flat Card
- Card Size
- Cards 5.1" x 7.0" - Flat
- 130lb, 100% post consumer recycled paper
- 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
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.