I’m bringing you something totally different today than my usual reviews and such. I have partnered up with Paperless Post to show you some awesome ways to send birthday cards, invitations, and of course, Holiday cards!
Paperless Post is a totally customization digital events platform that helps you create online and paper invitations and stationary that reflect your personal style and aesthetic. They have a wide variety of products to choose from; so there is something for everyone. Paperless Post collaborates with leading fashion and lifestyle designers, including Kate Spade New York, Oscar de la Renta, Rifle Paper Co., and John Derian.
If you guys are interested, here is a link you can use to hop on over and explore the wonders that is Paperless Post:
Now on to the good stuff. I want to show you the cutest holiday card I’m going to choose to send out to all my friends and family this year! Here is a step by step guide to the customization:
#1 The Website
Here is the front page of the website. I immediately clicked on the Holiday button!
#2 Christmas Cards
As you can see they have cards for just about every popular holiday out there. Since Christmas is coming up I went for that option.
#3 Choosing my card
After going through all the options they have I finally picked this cute Rudolph one. I feel like it best suits my personality and aesthetics.
#4 On to the Customization
Now it’s time to customize my card.
#5 The Backdrop
As you can see, I chose a gold polka dot backdrop. I think it is very festive and suits the card well.
#6 The Text
Now to personalize the card I chose to say: “I hope you have a book filled holiday season! All best, Jesse Nicholas”
I wanted to make it bookish since I will be sending it to my bookish friends here in Toronto.
#7 The Envelope and the Liner
Sticking with my gold polka dot theme, I decided on this liner along with a deep red envelope to bring it all together.
#8 Stamp and Postmark
To finish off the customization, I chose this cute gold present stamp and paired it with a Toronto inspired postmark to finish it off.
#9 Add Recipients
Lastly, it’s time to add all the recipients who you want to send the card to. Make sure you have their names and emails handy!
And that is it. Pretty easy right? I will be using Paperless Post from now on for all my card giving needs. Here is the link again from above to try it out for yourself:
Thanks again to Paperless Post for partnering up with me on this exciting project.
Until next time,