festive newsletter-style holiday card templates

Today's festive share comes from Rebecca of The Studio B Photography. Rebecca shares, "Because the Holly Jolly Holiday Newsletter Card features a box to check the applicable holiday, I made sure to print them on paper I would be able to write on. I'm normally partial to a glossy finish, but that wouldn't work in this case. I had the cards printed through White House Custom Colour, which includes complimentary envelopes, and used their Art Linen paper which is beautifully textured and allows for writing. Last year life got too hectic and we never got around to sending out any holiday cards to anyone. This year I vowed to be more organized and a key part was finding a card that we could send to everyone on our list. The list includes people of different religious backgrounds: family, friends and clients, and I wanted to make sure they were all covered. The Holly Jolly Holiday Newsletter Card is perfect! I loved the lighthearted nature of the design which allowed me to check the box for the applicable winter holiday that each recipient celebrates. Even better, we have lots of friends who celebrate both Christmas and Hanukkah, so I can check both boxes! There's room for a little blurb about how the year has been, as well as a cute little check list of wishes. With space for two photos I included one of my husband and I, then couldn't resist adding one of our four legged baby on the back." Thanks so much for sharing these Rebecca! Enjoy your $75 shopping spree on us!


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