Time is running out to get to the post box with Friday 18th being the cut off for 2nd class and Monday 21 for 1st. Luckily there’s still time to hand-deliver or send one of these e-cards:
Kinship Press create illustrated cards to send via email. For Christmas they have launched four new animated designs including two kissing turtle doves, a twinkling Christmas tree, a bright star and this nutcracker with twirly ballerina. £1.75 with a 20% off orders over £10 using the code BUNDLE, includes a 10% donation to End Youth Homelessness, from Kinship Press:
2050 Cards™ is an innovative company working to offset the environmental damage of paper cards with their digital designs. 1 billion Christmas cards will be sent this year in the UK alone, many of which have plastic and glitter that means they can’t be recycled. A sustainable way to send a Christmas card, they also plant a tree for every one hundred sent. We like the Dogs in the Snow design, £3.50 from 2050 Cards™:
Paperless Post are familiar for Save the Dates and invitations but they also have a broad selection of digital Christmas cards from some of our favourite brands like Rifle Paper Co, Kate Spade NY and John Derian. Many are also free, like this Painted Peace that can be sent for free to up to 50 recipients:
House & Garden have a selection of Printable Christmas cards from Isla Simpson, Luke Edward Hall and Sofia Lucarelli. Simply download, print off and add your own touches.
And for children, Meri Meri have these Letters for Santa that you can print off along with a special fold-and-seal envelope, reindeer stamp and special delivery label. Free from Meri Meri: