My journey towards reducing our family’s waste has been slowly chugging along. I’ve been using this card company for our Christmas cards and had a good experience with them.
– High Quality Cards
– Designer can proof your card. They improved my photo layout, but I had to catch my own typos.
– Plant a tree for every order
– All their cards are from recycled materials. (I think their envelopes might be too?)
– You can order a batch to ship to you
– You can order piece by piece, type in the recipient address, pay for the card + cost of a first class stamp + fee for them to address if for you (starts from 0.49c each), they will mail it out for you. (It’s a good way to send some to yourself if you just need one or two more, or if you forgot someone and don’t want to order a huge batch.)
– I guess they are not as cheap as other places, but it’s not a huge difference.
For example, I would order 40 cards (as early as possible) and have it shipped to me (usually $8.99). I would address them all myself and send it out.
If I realize I need more cards, like maybe just a few, then to save time and avoid paying another $8.99 shipping fee, I would just order it piece by piece and have PaperCulture address and send it out for me. That’s when it’s justifiable to pay the addressing fee + stamp charge, on top of the card charge, because it’s less than paying another shipping fee for just a few cards (and avoid the delay of them ship to me and me mail it out time).
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