christmas cards 2020

In partnership with Paper Culture. Find my card here.

Christmas cards are one of my favorite parts of the holiday season and I’m so glad we snapped these iPhone pics from our vacation, it was so easy and stress free and so was the card making process. If you’re holding back because of photos, take the pressure off yourself and have a friend or self-timer grab some! My method for the clothes was to grab everything in the same shades and hues and hope for the best. I’m glad they turned out!! Truly the easiest cards I’ve ever orchestrated.

Beach Family Photo | Small Fry

I have used lots of card printing companies in the past years, but was very quick to switch to this smaller shop because they are absolutely dedicated to sustainability. You can see the comparison sheet to see how other larger companies stack up but in summary:

  1. They plant a tree with every order.
  2. All paper for cards and envelopes is 100% recycled.
  3. They offset their entire carbon footprint.
  4. They are certified as a California Green Business and won the Climate Leader Award.

Sometimes I think people hesitate to go small business because they’re not familiar with how they stack up service-wise. Let me vouch that they shipped lighting fast, the quality is impeccable and their options are wide in variety, style, and purpose. There is not one sacrifice you will have to make to support Paper Culture, and to put your dollars with a sustainable company. SO happy to report that!

I picked this card and this envelope was a free addition, printing on front and back and it was easy to import all my addresses! (don’t worry my dad has since moved so this address means nothing!)

Added this washi tape (less than $1 per roll!) to the back for a quick extra seal.

Head to Paper Culture to see their huge line up of options and support this awesome small business!

Find all our past cards since 2008 here!

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