2. Highly customizeable options. You can change the location of the components on the card, the color, the font size and type, and the words themselves. Do you prefer a full-blown “Merry Christmas”, “Happy Chanukah”, or “Merry Festivus” instead of the non-committal and generic “happy holidays”? Me too. You can make that happen.
3. Photography tools. You can zoom in, zoom out, reposition, make the color sepia or black and white, and rotate.
4. High quality printing, heavy cardstock, and a matte finish. No flimsy, shiny, or cheap stuff here. You’ll pay a little extra for the quality, but I always consider Christmas cards to be an investment. I’ll appreciate saving these nice ones to string up into a garland when the kids have all flown the nest, I’m sure.
5. Details. You can add a personalized touch to many cards by changing the border to be a rounded square, a scalloped edge, a circle, or other fun shapes. You can also choose to have additional photos and text on the back of the card, or a nice print. Choose your envelope type and add a liner. You can even have them print your return address in the location of your choice to save you a little work.
7. And of course, it’s not just for holiday cards! Minted has everything from wedding invitations to business cards for moms. (and rumor has it that they’ll soon be offering party decor too!)
So go check them out! Yes, I’m being compensated for this post, but all opinions are my own, and I was a big fan before they approached us. In fact, I chose Minted for my birth announcements for baby J last year and I was very impressed with the quality of their product and service. Want to see what I chose?
Ok, I’ll admit it – between browsing all the gorgeous card designs and seeing the brand new face of my little nugget on them, this was a pretty fun post to write. I dare you to head over to Minted and not be totally overwhelmed with options.