November is half done, guys. Thanksgivukkah is upon us and Christmas is right around the corner. Soon we’ll all be in food comas and fat pants and looking for time to take a long winter’s nap.
You better go ahead and get those holiday greeting cards ordered, addressed, and stamped while you still can.
To make it easy for you, I’m pointing you in the direction of some of my favorite Pear Tree Greetings holiday photo cards. So easy and so beautiful. You’ll be done before Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer and Frosty the Snowman have a chance to air.
One of the things that sets Pear Tree Greetings’ cards apart from the rest of the holiday card pack are their unique and interactive cards. The one above has a spinner, allowing you to use multiple photos of your family, children, pets, or, well, whatever really, while letting the recipient choose which photo to display.
Oh! What fun, indeed!
Pear Tree Greetings frame-stand Christmas cards are one of a kind! And super fun. They stand out in the crowd of pre-packaged cards from Target.
What holds a lot of people back from sending holiday greeting cards each year is the cost, and that’s understandable. Pear Tree Greetings has a beautiful and customizable line of photo Christmas cards as low as $.30 each, so you can still be creative without breaking the bank.
If you want to make your holiday card into a mini-photo album to send to family in the far-flung corners of the continent (and beyond), Pear Tree has a product for that, too.
To help you save some money on your Christmas cards while giving to a worthy cause, Pear Tree Greetings has a Refer-a-Friend program called 20-20-20.
When you refer a friend during your purchase, you’ll receive a $20 credit to the store, your friend will receive a $20 credit, and Pear Tree will also make a $20 donation to CaringBridge, a non-profit communications hub for families in crisis.
Pear Tree Greetings wants to help you tell a story with your holiday cards. They want to help you send something that’s more than just a piece of paper. I’ve sent these cards for three years now, both through a combination of working with the company and buying them on my own and they are hands down the nicest cards I’ve ever sent. I come back year after year because their designs are fresh, their company is small, and they love people.
Through 12/15, you can use the code JINGLESALE to save up to $50 off your purchase at Pear Tree Greetings. To stay up-to-date with their latest promotions, like them on Facebook and follow them on Twitter.
This post was written as part of a series of posts for Pear Tree Greetings. While they did give me a store credit, they did not give me an opinion. Their cards really are that good and they really are great people.