Christmas Card FAQ's
How do I order my Christmas Cards?
Go to the PRODUCTS link on the far left of this site. Click on Christmas Cards. Enter the design, personalization, and number of sets that you want. Click Order.
How much are they?
Our Christmas Cards come in sets of 12 for $13.
Do they include envelopes?
Do you print the pictures?
We now offer them either way. You may order them without the photo printed. They are $13 for a set of 12. This is our prefered method and allows your recipients to keep the picture afte rthe holidays.
OR, you may order them WITH the photo printed. These are $18 for a set of 12. You will email us your picture at firstname.lastname@example.org
. This is contingent on you being able to email us an acceptable/usable file. You might want to check with us first before ordering/paying. (Note: We do not print cards on photo paper. It is still printed on cardstock. So, the quality of your picture is not the same as an actual printed photograph. It is still very good. Contact us if you have any questions).
How do I attach the pictures if needed?
We recommend double-sided tape, scrapbooking photo squares or even a tape bubble.
I like a card that says a wallet picture is required. Where do I get those?
Almost all places that develop pictures will develop wallet sizes. Check with your store.
Can you print a return address on them?
No. But we do sell matching address labels ($6 for a sheet of 30) or personalized stamps that can be used for this purpose.
Do you offer vertical designs?
Most of our designs that our displayed can also be done vertically. Just email us and we can send you a proof to review.
Do they require additional postage?
No, as long as you do not enclose anything other than a photo to make it heavier.
Can I change the message?
Yes. On most cards, you may change the wording as long as it will still fit on the card.
How long will it take to receive them?
We usually process orders in less than one week.
Do you print Christmas Cards at your shows?
Do you have any traditional photo cards that do not require a photo?
Yes, click here.
Are your traditional cards big enough to enclose a photo if I wanted to?