It’s time again. The holiday season has started slowly, but we all know it will be here faster than you can say “gingerbread”. Isn’t it always like that? You think you still have sooooo much time left to throw a hot apple cider party or to send Christmas cards to your lovely ones, but when the clock turns happy holidays, you recognize that you just sent a text message to your grandma. That’s what happened to me last year; I was so excited about getting the holiday cards all made by myself, with my own design and all that stuff but unfortunately my plan failed already at the font decision. This year I’m not making the same mistake. This year I will take care of my holiday cards soon enough, without me getting into the design world. Luckily I have already spotted some nice ones over at Minted. If you are not familiar with Minted, they are a cool online store for all your pretty paper related needs that offer unique design and best quality for a reasonable price. Go browse here . My personal choice are the new Petite Holiday Cards. They look smart, funny, chic and they are accessibly priced. I love how you can make them even more unique by changing text, color and font. Or even upload your own photo. You can play around the whole day. I haven’t made my decision yet, but these are my top favorites. Which of them do you like most? And I would love to know –  are you ready for the holiday card season?

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*This post is sponsored by Minted. Lovely folks at Minted reached out to me to collaborate, but all opinions and ideas are my own. I would only write about things I really use and enjoy.

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  • camille_iman
    November 5, 2013

    I love the style of these cards, especially the fonts! I haven’t picked my cards for this year yet and these look great! Thanks Ana :)

  • DesignBreak
    November 6, 2013

    I don’t celebrate Christmas (hi there Hanukkah!) but I sure love stationary in any way, shape, or form. BTW, a hot apple cider party sounds so perfect!

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