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Hey Mr. Postman December 7, 2007

Posted by smooregasbord in Eco/Green, Shopping.

Well, it’s that time of year again…Christmas! Time for all that holiday cheer, oh, and sending out Christmas cards. In light of this, here are some great options to send the spirit of the holidays to your family and friends.

penguin label

Everyone knows I’m a huge fan of Etsy, as such, they are my first pitstop when looking for creative products. This year I wanted to include fun return address labels on our cards. In my search, I discovered a store called Max & Bella. They have the cutest personalized address labels for the holidays and anytime of year. They also carry an assortment of gift tags. The best part is that you receive a personalized item at a very affordable price…and who can pass up on a penguin that cute?!

Looking for a more eco-chic option? Check out Botanical Paperworks. They carry an assortment of plantable gift tags and holiday cards. After the holidays, instead of creating more waste, plant the card and watch either a spruce tree or wildflowers pop up!

Why not take it one step further and include personalized postage stamps on your cards? Stop by and visit PhotoStamps to see all of the ways you can become your own USPS celebrity! These would also make a unique gift for that person who has everything.

For unique holiday photo cards, there are a multitude of online venues. Some of my favorites include Shutterfly, SnapFish, and PhotoWorks.  Each store offers various designs with a huge range of price options.



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