Are you struggling to find good photos for your Christmas cards? Or maybe you just need one or two more photos to fill out a card that has a lot of spaces for photos? At Pear Tree we see a lot of creative Christmas card photo ideas from our customers that aren’t what you’d expect to see, but that’s why we love them. Here are some alternative photo ideas you can borrow for your cards!
Fa-la-la-la-la it’s a happy day because today we are revealing our new 2014 Christmas card collection with you! We have over 200 new designs featuring the latest trends in stationery from classic Christmas cards to modern Christmas cards and everything in between. We couldn’t be more excited to share these new designs with you!
Start browsing for your favorite holiday photo cards today and remember we have lots of ideas to help you get inspired to send your holiday greetings this year on our blog.
Picking out what to wear for a family photos can be a daunting task, but we are here to help you with some of our favorite trends and color combinations to inspire you this season! We had fun shopping for clothing ensembles to match the style of three of our favorite Christmas cards. See if you like the looks we put together!
1. Chic Style. Pair black and gold together to get a chic and modern look. Remember, not everything has to be gold. Use accent pieces like shoes and hair accessories to tie it all together. Our Faux Foil and Foil Stamped Christmas cards work perfectly with this look.
You can get this look here.
We’ve all gotten them in the mail. The Christmas cards with the wonderfully sunny photos that make us think of warm breezes and summer vacations. Why not be that family this year?
All you have to do is remember to take a few photos while on your summer vacation. No pre-planning or pressure involved, unless of course you can’t resist a few props or wardrobe ideas. But the idea is to show off your spontaneous fun-loving side, and let friends and family know you didn’t sit on the couch all year. Here’s proof! Continue reading
Pear Tree Greetings’ unique Christmas cards were featured yesterday on Twin Cities Live! Check out Stephanie, Pear Tree’s General Manager, in the video below as she talks about the fun & unique Christmas card ideas we have to offer.
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Starting today and all weekend long, enjoy our Black Friday Sale! Use the code BFRIDAY to get 30% off Golden Pear Christmas cards or 20% off all other products sitewide! Personalize your Christmas cards, save the date cards, holiday photo cards, birth announcements and more today, so you’ll have one less thing to do once December officially hits. Be sure to shop our holiday gift guide and give a personalized gift to a loved one this year.
Shop our Black Friday Sale today! This offer ends 12/2/2013.
Cyber Monday came early for you this year! Enjoy this incredible Christmas card sale today from 5 pm to midnight only. Use the code EARLYCYBER to get 40% off Golden Pear Christmas cards or 30% off all of our other products sitewide! Shop Christmas cards, holiday photo cards, save the date cards and more to save early. Hurry, offer ends tonight at midnight.
Looking for a fresh new way to express your holiday greetings this year? Our new Christmas cards and holiday photo cards offer plenty of Christmas card wording options that go beyond ‘Happy Holidays’ to make your merry message stand out from the rest.
I’ll admit, sending Christmas cards does get harder as your kids get older. I can think of lots of excuses not to, from lack of photos to lack of funds. But I also think that sending Christmas cards is about more than sharing baby photos.
1. By sending Christmas cards every year you are teaching your kids the power of connection and showing them that you value meaningful holidays as well as old friendships. You may not think they are watching, but they are. Someday they will think of you when they send their own Christmas cards.