I recently ordered holiday cards from OvernightPrints.com and today I want to share my thoughts on the process and the quality of the cards.
The verdict: I like ’em!
The process was very simple. After I finished my card and saved it as a JPEG file, I clicked on their postcards tab and followed the instructions. (Note: I made that little reindeer pattern using the art from the card template set.)
I will admit that I was a little surprised that they arrived in a padded envelope, not shrink-wrapped together, so some of the corners were a little bent. I’m chalking that up to a small order size. But overall, the quality? Really decent.
Then I realized what I paid last year for this little number from Minted:
But I went to my local paper shop and picked up 50 paper bag envelopes for $11.99, bringing the total for this year’s card to $39.49.
I’m totally down with saving some money, especially for something that most people are going to toss at the end of the season. Plus, I think they look great!
I also ordered 25 of the 3-in-1 cards from Artifact Uprising that I will be using this year as well, but those were a freebie from AU, whom I have a great business relationship with. (The cost for those would have been $55 plus shipping, still coming out to a grand total that was less than I spent last year.)
All in all, I’m really happy with OvernightPrints.com and would use them again without a second thought.
You can order my card template set (with matching newsletter template) here, on sale today for 40% off as part of the Designer Digitals Quarterly Sale. Not sure how to use a layered template? I’ve got a video that walks you through how to use the cards.
SAVE ON MY COLLECTION Save 40% throughout the store at Designer Digitals as part of our 4th Quarter Sale. Shop my collection here. If you’ve got holiday stuff on the brain, be sure to check out my Merry Hipmas designs for 2014 here.
COMING TOMORROW: Free card journaling templates (for use with my Merry Hipmas journal cards) + a video tutorial on how to use them.
SPEAKING OF THE HOLIDAYS… You can still order my Cool Yule Stamp Set from Studio Calico. It would add some festive fun to your Christmas cards or projects.