printable christmas cards are here!

I’m excited to share one of the projects I’ve been working on the last couple months, my Etsy shop. My baby for the last few weeks has been making (and personalizing) a series of customizable print-ready Christmas cards.

arrowisp designs customizable christmas cards 2013

The rest of the cards can be found here

How does this all work?

– After purchasing the card of your choice, shoot me an e-mail or Etsy convo with your photo(s), names, and any wording or colors you’d like changed. Small design changes, such as converting images to black & white, sepia tone, increasing or lowering the contrast are included in the price of the card. Just let me know if you’d like any of those changes done.

– Within 24 hours or less, I will send you a print-ready proof. If you’d like any changes to the design, we will work together until we get the design juuuuuust right.

– Once your card is ready, you can either print it at home or places like Walgreens, CVS, Costco, or online sites like Snapfish, Vistaprint, Overnight Prints, etc. I’m a fan of CVS and Snapfish for photo paper and Overnight Prints for card stock. I’m happy to answer any additional questions you may have about printing. If you’d like me to print the cards, get in touch and I’ll send you a quote. I don’t have an in-home print set up yet, so I’d be working with a local printer.

Of course, being Black Friday/Cyber Monday, all Christmas cards are 15% off now until December 2nd. Since you’re a blog reader, take another 10% off upon checkout with the coupon BLOGLOVE10. Yay!

Phew! Now that my Christmas set is done, I’ll be spending December working on announcements, invites, and getting some printed items in the shop.

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  1. Bella says:

    Ooh, Rose! I didn’t know you had an Etsy store. How exciting. Congrats!