Minted Cards and $50 Giveaway

It is almost that time of year and I always get excited.  The minute the air starts to get a little cooler, I know Holidays are about to begin.  That is when I start to design my Christmas cards.

A lot of people prefer to send out a family newsletter and that is pretty neat.  I thought about doing that, but I have fallen in love with sending out holiday photo cards.  You can include your favorite pictures from the year or include photos of big events.

Minted  has some very nice choices and many are designed by regular folks with a lot of talent.  As you know we are a big family, and I like to include as many photos as possible.  Here are some of my favorite choices…


There are many other designs and not just for the holidays. has beautiful Wedding invitations and very clever “Save the date” mini books.  These are so useful and nostalgic at the same time.  They not not only announce the nuptials, but each page can include information about rehearsal, accommodations or each page can tell a story about how each other met.

 They also make Baby announcements, Shower invitations or my personal favorite Mommy Cards.  Business cards, stationary, journals I could just keep going, but I’d rather giveaway a $50 gift certificate so you can order something for yourself.

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  1. Kaitlin Boles says

    I just got engaged so I love all of the wedding stuff! I really like the Birch Carved Tree Menus these would be perfect for our fall wedding next year! Thank you for an amazing giveaway! Good Luck to everyone who enters!

  2. kristind says

    I’ve ordered many Minted wedding supplies and now can’t wait to order Christmas cards as a new husband/wife. (Wedding is Sept. 28)!! :)

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