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Why buy stock holiday cards with your company name imprinted on them when you could have unique, memorable greeting cards.

A Caltrans sort of Christmas

Holiday deer crossing

We added the red nose to make his identity unambiguous,

Letter collage

Christmas tree letter collage

A collage of letters from dozens of typefaces made for a lovely card.

The holidays can be confusing

menorah deer Hanukkah holiday mash-up

The holidays can provide a pleasant collision of traditions.

Christmas can be hazardous

Merry excess, Santa overdid it.

We screen printed this card by hand in four colors.

A Christmas mystery

Snowman stabbed with carrot

Another screen print—five colors hand-printed—with the message “A Christmas mystery” printed on the inside. Poor old Frosty!

Holiday diversity

Chinese take-out Christmas dinner

A traditional Christmas favorite for some people is Chinese food. And as for the Chop Suey typeface, well—we’ve written about that.

Scissors and paste

handmade torn paper Xmas card

This card was made with cut and torn construction paper and a rubber stamp for the greeting inside. It’s lovely to spend time at the kitchen table working on holiday cards with family.

 

Air freshener Xmas card

air freshener Xmas card

We are in the land of the giant redwoods (Sequoia sempervirens), so we had a different take on rear-view tree air fresheners. We added a few drops of pine oil to each card.

Holiday swatches

Pantone swatch Christmas greeting

We use Pantone® swatches on many projects, so we decided to specify colors in this greeting.

A celebration of kitsch

tasteful Xmas greeting

There’s nothing quite like a Pepto-Bismol® colored Xmas tree.

Two rubber stamps

2010 holiday greeting

Our 2009 new year holiday card was made up of two rubber stamps. The registration was tricky, but the effect was simple and bold.

Torn paper greeting cards

torn paper Xmas wreath card

Simple wreath cards can be created entirely from torn paper (newspaper ad inserts work great, Target® ads have lots of solid reds) pasted to blank cards which can be purchased at stationary and craft stores. A great way to recycle and create a memorable Xmas card.

More stuff with each new fold

Xmas consumerism

The front of the card had a single red ornament in the lower right corner. The overkill goes on as the card is unfolded—and we didn’t even mention holiday food.