Tuesday, December 10, 2013

#Sponsored #MC #TopoftheMantel Christmas Cards Made Easy with Cardstore, Part 2

“I participated in an Ambassador Program on behalf of Mom Central Consulting (#MC) for Cardstore. I received complimentary cards and a promotional item as a thank you for participating.”

Making your own Christmas card doesn’t take a degree in rocket science when you make it with Cardstore. I made ours in just a few minutes and even had Cardstore mail them for me.  That alone saved me tons of time in this already busy time of year.

Since I didn’t make them in my own home, like I have in years past, I had them send me one too.  After all I wanted to see what my friends were actually going to see and touch.  When it arrived, I was so excited, just as if it were from a family member or friend.  It’s on nice quality thick card stock and the colors {from the graphics, we used a black and white photo}, were just like they were when I chose the card style.  Many times when you create something online and print it, it doesn’t come out just like you saw on the screen.  We didn’t seem to have this issue from Cardstore.  I even liked that the back of the card wasn’t plain white.  It had a marble print that matched one of the colors on the front. Very classy.

Whether making everyone’s favorite recipe, picking the best “Secret Santa” gift, or choosing the holiday card everyone looks forward to receiving, there is always a little bit of friendly competition during the holiday season.

I know that I always want to have the best gifts to give.  In years past we have always had the better gift when we played secret Santa with my family. They always wanted what we had brought.  It’s just a little bit of that friendly competition that occurs this time of year!

I think of holiday cards in that same sense.  Who doesn’t want to create the best card?  One of which your family will talk about during your gatherings or a quick email asking about it.

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We love the Cardstore and I think that you will too!  Create your holiday card from Cardstore today.  You have until December 16th to order from them and  get it to your family and friends by Christmas Eve, and they will address, stamp, and mail it for you, if you choose for them to do so!  Cardstore definitely takes the hassle out of Christmas cards!

Where do you display your holiday cards, if you don’t have a fireplace mantle?  We tuck ours into the Christmas tree!

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