Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Paper Culture a great place for cards, and invites!

Are you looking for a great place to get personalized cards and stationary, I would love to recommend Paper Culture, here is some information about the company from the website:

Paper Culture has set out to deliver bold modern design through eco friendly products. Over 130,000 people have become fans of Paper Culture on Facebook, and Paper Culture’s products have been featured in People, Real Simple, Daily Candy, the Wall Street Journal and at the Tony Awards.

Paper Culture products feature:

Modern Designs - Clean lines, bold colors and fresh typography

Eco-Friendly – No new trees are cut down because Paper Culture uses exclusively 100% post consumer recycled paper for card and envelope. In addition, Paper Culture plants a tree with every order and has planted over 200,000 trees to date.

Premium Quality – Paper Culture cards are printed on 130 lb. weight heavy stock paper cut with signature rounded corners.  By comparison most leading companies use only 80-110 lb paper.

Mail & Message - If you choose, Paper Culture will stuff, address, stamp and mail your cards for you for FREE. The only charge for this service is the actual cost of the stamps!  Also, when you provide your addresses, you have the option to print a unique, personalized message on the back of each card.  Say what you want, to whom, on one, some or all your cards!

Signature Packaging –When you choose to address and mail your cards yourself, Paper Culture will ship them in a signature logo box (made of recycled paper of course) – a keepsake to store your cards in style while they wait to be sent.

There are so many great cards on the site, here are a few of my favorites:

I was very fortunate to be able to review the holiday cards here:


My husband loves Christmas, he really loves the spirit of the holiday and he’s the rare guy who loves shopping and gets all geeked up when he gets to go shopping for presents. But the one thing he’s not a fan of is signing Christmas cards, he moans about it the whole time I make him do it. He turns from Bob Cratchit to Scrooge instantly when I hand him a pile of cards.
This year he will remain in Cratchit mode because I’ve received our holiday cards
 from Paper Culture and they have our names printed on them! No bah humbuh this year from him! I love these cards, they’re so elegant and pretty and I can’t wait to send them out. I know it’s July and we’re about 5 month’s away from Christmas but can’t I be in the spirit already? If you love sending out cards for the holidays Paper Culture is for you. Not only do they have simple and elegant cards like the one’s we’re sending but they also personalize cards with photos and personalized text. You can get as in-depth as you want or as simple and basic as you want.

 And one of the things I love it that the cards and enveloped are made with 100% recycled paper, so you’re not only doing something nice for the recipients of the card but you’re doing something nice for the environment. Christmas cards aren’t the only cards available from Paper Cultre, they cover all holidays from Halloween to Hanukkah and every event you could think of from moving to baby announcements and birthdays. There isn’t a card giving holiday they don’t have covered. Why get a boring card from a store when you can add your own personal twist and make the card truly special? Visit Paper Culture and see for yourself.

So if you are looking for some great personalized invites, thank your holiday cards and more, make sure to check out Paper Culture you will find high quality cards that you will love!

Buy it:

To purchase please visit Paper Culture http://www.paperculture.com

And for more information make sure to like Paper Culture on Facebook. at http://www.facebook.com/paperculture


Disclosure: The reviews and or opinions on this blog are my own opinions . I received card to review.  No monitory compensation was received. I was not required to write a positive review. Your experience may differ. The opinions I have expressed are my own I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsement and Testimonials in Advertising .

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