With Christmas just around the corner, you’ve likely made a significant dent in your holiday shopping list. And as you shop and move down your list we thought it’s rather likely you’ll come across a person or two whose taste tends to sway on the artistic side. The creative type in your family or amongst your friends. Perhaps that person is you! And perhaps you’re in the market to gift yourself a little something special this season. No judgement here. Whoever you’re shopping for we’ve got just the list of beautiful gifts.
The amazing artists that make up Postable’s entire card collection also happen to create things like notepads and pillows and purses. All the things. And what better present to gift the creative types on your list than something created by the artsiest folks of them all? We love these items and think they’d make for some great art inspired Christmas gift ideas. Continue reading
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Christmas is the perfect time to spend quality time with your friends and family. To gather around a dinner table, the fireplace or Christmas tree and enjoy each other’s company. It’s also a great time for laughs! Everyone can use a good laugh during the holiday season and it’s never been easier to be the source of said laughter. While sending a classic Christmas card is totally something your sister (or mother or uncle…) will do — something a bit on the quirkier side is more your style. That’s why sending funny Christmas cards is what you’ll be doing this year. And we’re totally on board!
November has come and gone. Say goodbye to Thanksgiving, Black Friday and pumpkin pie. Say hello to the jolliest time of the year! The holidays are officially here. But before we get too excited about December, let’s take a look at November’s giggliest online moments. Continue reading
With the holiday season in full swing chances are, your mail box has been bursting at the seams. And it doesn’t appear to be slimming any time soon. All of your friends, family and just about everyone in your local community have been sending you all of their love with the most spectacular Christmas greetings. And as much as you adore receiving all the love, the pile of cards has been slowly collecting dust. With more on the way — Christmas is still weeks in the future — it feels like the right time to start thinking up ways to get those cards out from under a pile. Display them in a way that reminds your family (and any guests) just how loved you all are. Sound about right? Hanging your Christmas cards above the fireplace or using them as Christmas tree ornaments are lovely options. But perhaps you’re wanting something a little out of the box this year. While you’re gathering some ideas, we thought we’d help.
via Two Pooch Paperie’s Instagram
I have been working as a Graphic Designer on stationery and invitations since 2003 for companies such as Design Design, Inc. and American Greetings. More recently, I held a position with a marketing/design studio, creating print materials for both large and small businesses. While I still enjoy the marketing end of Graphic Design, my true love is designing stationery and invitations. Continue reading
Christmas is right around the corner and we’d just like to get a hip hip hooray! We’re excited — can you tell? You’ve probably already been listening to Christmas music and crossing your Christmas shopping list off — one by one. Now it’s time to mail out your Christmas cards! The best part of the holidays, if you ask us. Luckily you don’t have to spend a million hours writing out addresses, stuffing envelopes or waiting at the post office for stamps. Postable will do all of the leg work for you while you sit back and take care of the fun stuff — like choosing this year’s Christmas card.
So, who to send Christmas cards to?
Perhaps you’re updating your Christmas card list this year and not sure who to include. Well, we got you covered. Continue reading
Christmas is coming! Prepare yourself for the cards to start pouring in soon enough. And if you haven’t been keeping up with the family on Instagram — you’re about to be up with the times. Many of your family and friends will likely be sending your Christmas cards showcasing their lovely faces. Some may choose to put a photo of their kids and new borns and while still others will showcase their newest puppies (and we’re so not sorry about that). And while these cards will be as delightful as any — you’d prefer something that requires a little less photo editing. Didn’t take any family photos this year? Or perhaps you’re just not interested in sharing it with the world. Or better yet, there are specific people on your Christmas cards list that you’d rather just send a card without showcasing your family’s photo. Maybe you’d just like a Christmas card with a classic scene. Whatever your reasoning to forego the photo Christmas cards this year and opt for one without photos — we’ve got quite the list for you.
It’s official, the holiday season is upon us! Yay! And while you’re busy thinking about what new dishes you’ll be adding to your annual Thanksgiving feast — and how you’ll recreate the classics — Hanukkah comes shortly thereafter. With the first night of Hanukkah starting December 2nd this year — preparations for both holidays will likely be simultaneous. If you’re like us, chances are your schedule has also officially been filling up more and more since the start of November. With Thanksgiving and the rest of the holidays coming up shortly the list of to-dos has grown exponentially.
The holiday season is just around the corner. Halloween has come and gone while Thanksgiving is just about to grace us with it’s delicious presence. That means you’re probably starting to wonder when to get your holiday cards out in the mail. When to mail Christmas cards is a good question and one we’re hoping to answer here.
As a rule of thumb, the post office typically takes 3-7 days to deliver domestic mail. Of course, it may take less than 3 days and in some cases it can take longer than 7. It happens. But for the most part, the 3-7 day rule of thumb rings true. That is of course, unless it’s the holidays. December for sure — although this tends to happen during just about any holiday. When more people than usual decide to mail things all at once it tends to slow things down. And while not everyone mails a Mother’s Day card (shame on you), most people do place holiday cards in the mail at about the same time of the year.
You can imagine this kind of mail traffic will cause some delays. And you’d be right. During the holidays — in this case we’re definitely talking about December — the typical mailing time slows down to around 2 weeks. Sure, there’s still a chance it will be less than that but normally from year to year this tends to be the case.
Pro tip: You can schedule all of your cards ahead of time. Set em’ and forget em’. See the easy tutorial here.