5 Steps to a Beautiful Last Minute Holiday Card

If you’re like me, you may have forgotten about holiday cards. Oops! At this point, there’s no time to order and print, but it got me thinking… maybe I don’t have to go the traditional route after all?

Enter Paperless Post. They are an online stationary company with a purpose for customers first. Their options are endless, and go beyond just holiday cards. Check these out:

They also operate on “coins” as currency. Coins are sold in packages and the price per coin varies based on the size of the package. They offer 5 packages ranging from 25 coins for $10, to 1,000 coins for $100. You can also earn free coins by setting up an account, connecting your Facebook page, “liking” Paperless Post on Facebook and by downloading & logging into the Paperless Post app. For more details on this, you can visit their FAQ page.

Now, onto the fun. This was one of the most simple online card making processes I’ve been through. I narrowed it down to 5 simple steps:

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1. Select your style/template

2. Upload photos/customize

3. Determine number of coins needed

4. Select recipients (pro tip: have a spreadsheet ready to copy and paste)

5. Send!

You’ll find this not only will save you time, but allows you to still send holiday cards, even if you’re late. ? Right now, they are offering a 20% off sale with code: JOLLY

Who’s going the e-card route this season?!



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