family · Holidays

{holiday cards}

It’s that time of year.  Time to order your Holiday cards.  As you can see, I already received my card order.  That’s because I placed my order in September…lol.  When you have promo codes that can be stacked (using multiple codes towards one order), you place your order early to save $40.  Yes, I saved $40 by ordering early.  Totally worth it to me.  Then I ordered a new top from J.crew with my $40 savings to reward myself for being the smartest chick in town and saving $$.  It totally makes sense to me 🙂

Here’s a peek at our 2012, 2013, 2014 Minted Holiday Cards.

Minted is my go-to online shop for Holiday cards.  They carry unique one-of-a-kind designs from independent artists.  Artists submit their designs and Minted customers vote.  Top voted designs are what you will find on their web-site.   This makes for a fresh stunning assortment of exclusive holiday card designs for us, the consumers to shop.

I’m obsessed with their quality, paper stock and inks.  They are not cheap, but there is ALWAYS a promo code.

Check this one out.  Click this link below.  You will receive $25 off your order.  When your order ships, I receive a $25 voucher for my next purchase.

Minted Refer a Friend ($25 off code)

This my friends, is one of the ways I was able to knock $40 off my card bill this year.   On top of that, Minted is also offering 15% off + free recipient addressing (that’s BIG time and time saving) using code CHEER15 now though Tuesday, November 24th.  That’s plenty of time to get yo shit together and save some money peeps!!


Here are a few of my favorites :

Once you’ve selected the card you love and can’t live without (good luck).  They next step – choosing the card shape, paper and format.  I love this part.  Please let me know what you pick – I’m a freak and have to know, like NOW.

The last two years I’ve gone with the smart and chic Holiday photo postcards.  I know it’s weird, but I’m down to save a little extra money on paper, printing and postage costs.  Did you know that postcard postage is 35 cents?  I went to my local post office to purchase my 75 postage stamps and was planning on spending $37.  I saved $11 – my total was $26.  Sweet!!

Here are my top economical + chic postcard favorites:

This photo below is what the back of your postcard will look like.  You can personalize with additional photo’s, messages and more.


There are over 100 more postcard options to choose from.  Check them out here.

The packaging is perfect too.


Postcard stamps….I LOVE saving $$.


I’ve started addressing my postcards this week.  It takes me more time than deciding which card I wanted.  You could totally use labels too.  I prefer the handwritten route…a little elbow grease never hurt anyone.

If you are in the market for a Minted Holiday card, don’t forget to click on the link below and claim your $25 off!!

Minted Refer a Friend ($25 off code)

xoxo stacyb

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