Best Online Sources for Boxed Holiday Cards
Don’t wait too long! Here are some of our favorite go-to online sources for boxed Holiday Cards — from super modern and funky (MoMA Store, Smudge Ink) to the traditionalists (The Met Museum and Crane). Check out our list and let us know your own favorite sources for boxed holiday cards in the comments.
2. MoMA Store The Museum of Modern Art is known for their brightly colored holiday card collections.Their collection for 2010 includes over 70 designs including a unique sampling of 3-D pop-up cards by Robert Sabuda. MoMA Store is a great place for modern cards. One of my favorites is the Portable Yule Log by Mary Beth Cryan – 8 cards for $18.95
3. The Metropolitan Museum of Art Store Another museum shop known for their original collections of holiday cards! The Met produces more traditional cards that use their extensive collection for inspiration. This is the place for Fra Angelico foil-stamped cards and cards using the artwork of popular artists like Picasso, Norman Rockwell and Klimt (to name a few from this year’s list!). The Met also has great citylife cards like the Red Row House Holiday Cards $17.95 for 15
5. Snow & Graham This Chicago-based letterpress company is known for simple and sweet cards with elegant graphic elements and a restricted color palette (both marks of the best letterpress!). They get the “kiss” of the press just right and often use post-consumer recycled paper. Check out their
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