1. Get Personal!
With the advent of sites such as TinyPrints.com, Shutterfly, Minted , Wishing Tree Designs and others – you are now able to personalize your cards with family photos, messages, and anything else you can think of!
If you need some ideas – take a look at this amazing collection of over 100 photos that you can use as inspiration for your own holiday cards!
2. Make a Book!
If you are up for something even more personal – try a photobook from Blurb.com – take a look at this quick video below detailing how you can make your own professional photobook with ease!
Beautiful books. Made by you.
3. Get Creative
If your cards are intended for business use – I love the personalized attention that so many companies put into their holiday cards.
While it can sometimes be quite the undertaking to send personalized cards to all of your customers, it goes such a long way that it is well worth the effort. Make sure you remember to sign those cards! Personalized signatures are so much more effective than stamps or pre-signed cards.
Take a look at this great example from Schaaf-Partnercentric from a few years ago… always one of my favourites every year!