It’s a big rush when trying to figure out timing during the holiday season.  Too early!  Too late!  No matter what you do, you can never get things to happen at just the right time.  Well, don’t worry so much about all the mess and fuss of having your Holiday Cards arrive just before Christmas.  Options are endless when it comes to timing.

True, the traditional time to send holiday cards is so that they are received the week before Christmas. But as we all know, it’s not uncommon to begin receiving holiday cards at the beginning of December, all the way through the middle of January.  In attempt to ease the holiday rush, it became common to mail holiday cards so that they are received in the first two weeks prior to Christmas.  But don’t let yourself get pinned down by someone else’s timeline.

Are you the type of person who wants to get things done immediately?  You had your Christmas shopping done before Black Friday, planned your Thanksgiving dinner before it even hit November, and most definitely sent your holiday cards out well in advance.  The first day of winter might be December 21st, but we all know the snow comes before that!  Send a holiday card that is more subtly themed with winter decorations, and no one will feel like it is out of place when they receive your card first.  Try an elegant blue and silver design like:

 

Dark Blue Holiday Greetings Card - Beautiful silver and blue foiled embossed holiday card.  Blank inside is perfect for corporate holiday cards or for the individual that would like to add their own personal greeting. Impress In Print will personalize your greeting and add images or company logos to cards. (Please note image fee is $25.00) Comes with white with silver lined envelopes.  

M8994B - "Dark Blue Holiday Greetings Card"

Perhaps for you, everything seems like it was due yesterday.  Deadlines fly by, the date is always eluding you, and your plate is so full of projects that twenty-four hours will never be enough.  Take a load off!  As long as it’s chilly, a winter-themed card will do the trick.  Focus on greetings for the Season instead of for the Holidays.  A beautiful snowflake card will do just the trick:

 

Refractive Snowflake Greeting Card - Beautiful blue card with a silver metallic star that adorns the front and the wording Season`s Greetings in silver.   The Verse inside of card reads;"  May Every Happiness Be Yours This Beautiful Holiday Season And Every Day In The New Year ."  If you would like us to personalize this card with family name or business name please call for details. Comes with Silver lined envelopes. 

M488660 - "Refractive Snowflake Greeting Card"

Of course, for many the most important part of the season is celebrating with religious or holiday-specific sentiments.  Photo cards, Christmas trees, and all of the traditional flair.  There’s no shortage of holiday cards, like this one of Santa’s sleigh:

 

Sleigh With Gifts Greeting Cards - and a Christmas tree.  Exquisitely wrapped presents with big bows and a tree decorated from top to bottom.  Spread your Season`s Greetings with the gift of delight. Verse inside card reads;" May your Holiday be filled with Delight and your New Year Be Happy and Bright."  comes with Gold lined envelope.  If you would like a logo printed or family names printed please call for pricing.  

M75950 - "Sleigh With Gifts Greeting Cards"

Or this modern Hanukkah design in blue, bearing a tiny Star of David:

 

Blue Hanukkah Fold over Photo Card -  Printed on premium 100lb semi-gloss photo paper. This card is a fold over style photo card which can be personalized with family name on the front comes with a selection of evenlope colors to choose from.  You can also request envelope liners( for an additional fee).   Rush is available for an additional charge of $50.00.   Rush gaurantees will ship 24hours after final proof approval.  Please upload high quality photos that are a 300dpi , in jpg format.     Return addressing only printed in black font color.

CHI-HC3317 - "Blue Hanukkah Fold over Photo Card"

Begin holiday shopping now!