Paper or e-Card? Where to Find Holiday Cards & E-cards Online

 

Sending out Christmas cards is a great way to keep in touch with family and friends near and far.

But with the growing popularity of sending invitations and greeting cards via e-mail, it seems that the e-card is becoming more and more accepted.

So what do you think? Paper or e-mail? Here’s a look at each choice and also some suggestions on finding some good Christmas cards online.

Christmas cards

It’s fun  picking just the right Christmas card to say what we would like to but can’t seem to put into words. In recent years a popular choice is the Christmas picture card where the message and family photo is right there.

The good news is that several companies offer greeting cards on recycled paper. And although a Christmas card with a handwritten message will never go out of style, it still remains something to be eventually thrown away along with wrapping paper and other items.

Be sure to check coupon sites like Retail Me Not and Coupon Cabin for any possible discounts for these sites.

Shutterfly.com

Already well-known for online photo processing, Shutterly has a really nice selection of Christmas photo cards. You’ll also find all kinds of photo cards for a variety of occasions as well as calendars and photo gifts. 

TinyPrints.com

A unique collection of modern holiday card designs. Plenty of choices with unique photo layouts and fonts. You’ll also find a nice selection of invitations, stationery, ornaments, calendars and much more. 

Snapfish.com

Another site with plenty of holiday photo cards to choose from. Photo books and calendars are also available.

Walmart.com

Large selection of holiday photo card designs. If you see a design you really like, you can click on the link to see more that designer. There’s also photo calendars, mugs, ornaments, phone & tablet cases and much more available. 

Target.com

Nice selection of holiday photo cards. Choose from either the traditional photo card to the 5×7 folded cards. 

Christmas E-cards

Christmas e-cards are easy to send and great for the procrastinator (like myself!) who can send it either the same day or some day in the future. They make noise, show interactive scenes and can be personalized to say whatever we want.

You can choose from free cards or pay for more detailed cards for Christmas. Plus, you don’t have to go to the store to find e-cards. 

Here are few sites that offer a nice variety of holiday e-cards to choose from:

AmericanGreetings.com

Almost everyone knows about American Greetings for their wide variety of paper greeting cards. But they also offer a wide selection of e-cards as well. There’s even a selection of talking ecards where you add your own personal voice message. You do have to pay a fee, but they offer a 1-month, 1-year and 2-year membership options.

Someecards.com

You’ll recognize the artwork when you see these holiday e-cards. Ranging from the funny to the edgy, there are plenty of funny holiday e-cards available. There’s also plenty of invite cards available and you can even create your own e-card. And best of all, they’re free!

Care2.com

A nice selection of free modern e-card designs for a variety of holidays. Plus, with every e-card you send you earn credits towards gifts like safe drinking water and help for shelter pets through their network of charitable organizations.

Punchbowl.com

Lots of free holiday e-card designs to choose from. Make your e-card have the look and feel of a traditional paper card by adding accents like envelope liners, custom postage and rubber stamps. Plus, you can send a digital gift card with your e-card too!

Hipstercards.com

You’ll find plenty of funny, clever and edgy holiday e-card designs. You’ll find free e-cards for a variety of holidays and special occasions.

 

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