Want to save on postage? Choose our modified rectangular envelopes for your square card order. Modified rectangular envelopes are specially designed to fit our square cards securely inside and allow you to mail them with regular postage. Address the envelope horizontally, and the flap will be on the side.
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Card Paper Types:
Signature Matte: 120 lb., 17.5 point thickness
Signature Semi-Glossy: 120 lb., 11 point thickness
Pearl White Shimmer: 110 lb., 14.3 point thickness
Card Type Styles:
Helen Neue Light
Plain Jane Bold
Card Ink Colors:
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White Fitted Rectangular
White-Pearlescent Lined Square
Deep Red Square
Silver (Metallic) Square
White with Layered Cards
Antique Gold Shimmer
Platinum Silver Shimmer
Pearl White Shimmer
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Please note that USPS charges an additional fee ranging from 20¢ to 44¢ to mail square envelopes. To avoid this fee, please select our modified rectangular envelopes during the personalization process instead of the default square envelopes.
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"I am VERY happy with my Christmas cards. The quality is unsurpassed, from the paper to the design layout. You make it SO easy and effortless, yet it looks like I worked so hard! Thank you...will Always come here for my cards!"
"We were very pleased with our Christmas card. The tri-fold is what intrigued us and it did not disappoint! The paper quality was superd but felt that the colors were a bit on the bright side. The printing and shipping time were much quicker than anticipated."