The impact that sending out a high-quality holiday card every year to your family, friends and colleagues cannot be overstated. It helps keep those that you care about apprised of what if going on with you and your family, and it lets people know that you’re thinking about them around the holidays. Yet while the wisdom in sending out annual holiday cards cannot be debated, how much you should pay for them certainly can be.
You’ve likely heard over and over that when it comes to giving gifts, cards and other keepsakes, “it’s the thought that counts.” Well, give a cheaply made card, and those who receive it may end up feeling that you put little into it at all. As far as cards are concerned, you definitely get what you pay for, both in the quality of the product and the responses that you receive.
So how much should you pay? A well-made customizable product such as laser cut holiday cards can cost anywhere between $3-$5 depending upon your design and/or the intricacy of the patterns you choose. While that may seem like a lot, consider the benefits to giving such well-crafted holiday cards:
In the end, it is important to remember that the cost of a card is not the only factor that goes into determining its value. If it’s evident that you put a lot of thought into it, your recipients will treasure it no matter its monetary value. Check out our blog for unique ideas on how to add those few extra touches that will make your holiday cards invaluable.
"This is a gorgeous card. I like the "frozen" look to it. The snowflake cut-outs are amazingly crisp and clean. The layer of blue on the left side is much more subtle than it appears on the screen. I actually wish it was light blue all throughout instead of the yellow-ish beige-y tint on the right side. I also would've enjoyed the option to add a picture with caption on the backside. Overall though, this has to be my favorite card design, possibly ever."