One of my favorite Christmas traditions is sending out and receiving Christmas cards. My mom started this tradition in our family before I was even born. In those days, she hand wrote and photocopied the family newsletter, and usually hand drew and painted the cards all by hand. I feel lucky that its so much easier these days to send out cards! I love finding new online companies to make our cards. This year, we used Purple Trail, and I'm thrilled to have found a new company that does a great job!
I'm very glad that we had Purple Trail print our holiday cards this year. I will definitely use them again, especially since their customer service was superb. At one point, the Design Center wasn't working for me, so immediately I contacted their customer service. Within minutes, I received a response saying that I should try a different internet browser. Thankfully, that was the answer to my problem, and the Design Center worked flawlessly after that!
I always have fun scrolling through the different card designs. Purple Trail has a great selection of holiday photo cards. The design I chose this year was simple, and showcases 4 different photos of our family. It is clean, simple, and non-distracting. I love the paper quality... nice and thick and shiny! I am very happy with the quality and the prices of our cards.
I'm so thrilled that Purple Trail would like to give one lucky reader a $50 credit to their order of Holiday Cards. This does not count toward rushing fees. As long as your order is placed by the morning of December 19, your order will most likely be processed and shipped before Christmas. If you don't think you'll have your order placed in time, they have a great selection of New Years cards!
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Open to U.S. residents ages 18 or older.
Giveaway closes December 16, 2013 at midnight.
This post is sponsored by Purple Trail. I was provided free content in exchange for this post. All opinions and experiences are my own, and I definitely intend to work with this company again in the future, in a non-sponsored way.