Holiday Sneak Peek—Sliders, Swatch Books & More

Shhh….It’s a sneak peek of our favorite new Christmas card ideas for 2015!

If you’re looking for a way to make your Christmas cards stand out this year, we’ve got some amazing ideas for you. These unique Christmas cards are sure to surprise your friends and family when they open their mail. And why not make your annual photo cards a showstopper? Just like you, they’re one of a kind!Golden Greeting Slider Premium Christmas Cards
New Slider Cards
These unique Christmas cards consist of a long pocket with an insert that slides out. You can personalize both the outside pocket and the slider with photos, colors and holiday greetings.
Peppermint Delight Swatchbook Premium Christmas Cards
New Swatch Book Cards
This premium Christmas card design includes four separate cards held together by a grommet in the top left corner. The cards fan out from under each other like a swatch book! If you’re looking for an unusual Christmas card design, you won’t find these anywhere else. Continue reading

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Holiday Sneak Peek—New Double Thick Paper

Shhh….It’s a sneak peek of our favorite new Christmas card ideas for 2015!

You’ll have a new way to impress your friends this holiday season. Pear Tree is introducing new double thick paper as part of our new 2015 Holiday Collection! These premium cards have the same silky smooth matte finish as our signature card stock but are twice as thick, for a show-stopping look and feel. You’ll find them in our new Premium Christmas Cards Collection.
Old Tyme Christmas Premium Christmas Cards

Designed to Impress
Pear Tree’s exclusive designs and double thick paper give these cards a premium look and feel your friends can’t help but notice.

 

Decked Out Reindeer Premium Christmas Cards

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Holiday Sneak Peek—New Two-Sided Foil

Shhh…. It’s a sneak peek of our favorite new Christmas card ideas for 2015!

You loved our foil cards last holiday season, so this year Pear Tree is doubling down on foil to bring you these exclusive new, two-sided foil cards! Yes, we’re the only ones who have them. Even better, these two-sided foil cards are printed on our brand new double-thick paper—twice as thick as our signature card stock, for a luxurious look and feel. You’ll find them in our new Premium Christmas Cards Collection.
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Happy Holidays from Pear Tree

All of us at Pear Tree Greetings wish you a very happy holiday season. We hope you enjoy spending time with loved ones and spreading cheer to all those around you. Cheers!

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Real cards created by real people like you!

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These proud grandparents had a lot to share, and their Christmas card shows it. So many beautiful grandkids! And they managed to get them all together in one great photo, which we know isn’t easy to do. Kudos to them, both for the photos and for finding the perfect card to show them off. Janice, the industrious grandmother, explains how they managed to get everybody together.

“We scheduled a photographer to meet us during a family reunion in Park City, Utah. She photographed us in two nearby locations, first, using an old barn as a backdrop and second, in a horse pasture with the mountains as a backdrop. The hardest part has been keeping the photos “under wraps” until the Christmas cards were mailed, so it’s exciting to finally be able to unveil our wonderful family pictures.

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Ready or Not… The Holidays are Here!

Holiday card wording ideas
We know the holidays are a busy time of year with baking, cleaning, shopping, wrapping, cooking… and the list goes on. Sending your Christmas cards can get lost on the long list of to-dos, but we know you still think it is important to send a greeting to your loved ones. We wanted to help by sharing wording ideas that we think could be fun to put on your card, even if it is late. And don’t forget to have fun with your photos, too! Below are 10 holiday card wording ideas plus 10 cards with editable text for you to write whatever you wish!  Continue reading

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Uh Oh, Need Christmas Cards Done Quick!

Time’s running out and you need Christmas card ideas fast! Here are some of our easiest Christmas cards to personalize: just 1-3 photos, no lengthy text to edit, and colors you can change — but don’t have to if you don’t want to! Pick one of these cards, upload your photos, add your name(s) and they’ll be ready to order in minutes! Choose priority or rush shipping to get them even faster.
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The Modern Storytelling Photo Christmas Cards appealed to this mom because she had a lot of news to share, from a new home and new schools for the kids, to future travel plans, to her wonderful news of a cancer-free prognosis in 2014–all summed up in one card. “I saw this newspaper format and knew it would be perfect,” she says. “I send a photo holiday card every year. Friends and family are always commenting on how creative our cards are and how great the photos are. This year I used AGriff Photography and LOVED the photos. I can’t wait to send these cards to our family and friends. We’ve been through a lot in the past 2 years and I want to share our joy and how well we are doing. This card was the perfect fit for us.”

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Talk about taking a theme and running with it! This family went all out to create a vintage theme for their Christmas cards, right down to where the family photo shoot took place. Says mom, Jennifer, “When we began thinking about ideas for a Christmas card in 2014, we really wanted to do something unique and very different than we had ever done before. We like our Christmas cards to tell a story, and so together as a family we try to think of fun ideas or themes. This year our 13-year-old daughter came up with the theme.

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