November 10, 2009

Holiday Card Coupon

In case you're looking for a holiday card that will coordinate with those fantastic "Poinsettia Party" paper plates you just bought at Target (heehee)...look no further! Many of my new holiday cards have recently been released on If you're not familiar with them, they're an online store where you can personalize greeting cards by adding your own text and photos. You can pick your own font, change the text color and size, and even make a color photo into sepia or black and white. Here are a few examples (click on cards to find them on Cardstore):

I order from Cardstore all the time — not just because I'm one of their artists, but because the printing quality is really nice and they use 100% post-consumer waste (PCW) paper by Mohawk. And, as if it couldn't get any better, there are no minimums on your order so you can buy just one card (or 100) and have them mailed directly to you or your recipients at the regular postage price. You can even pick your own stamp! I also like that everything is printed in the U.S. in FSC certified facilities. So if you do decide to order your holiday cards or invitations from Cardstore, please use the coupon code MERRY15 when you checkout to receive a 15% discount on your order!


  1. They are wonderful. Thank you for sharing.

  2. thanks for the heads up on the 15% off! I am still trying to find time to get to Target to get your paper-works...Target is 25 min. drive from here...darn it that I live in the boonies practically. BTW I am going to Spring quilt market...will you be there??

  3. well look at you... is there anything your designs aren't printed on??

  4. ooooh.
    SO pretty.

    {i have my wireless internet back, so i have to ctach up on your blog.}

  5. SUPER AWESOME! I think I will be getting some of those cards made this year! BTW... I got my very own paperware from my local Target last week... now trying to put together a cookies exchange just so I can use my new pretty little plates and napkins.


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