Personalized Notecards – Simple, Sparkling Glitter, Business and Family Stationary
In this age of emails and mobile messages, a personalized stationary makes a world of difference. Especially if these are simple, artistic and aesthetically crafted, it adds a special personal touch and shows the thought behind the mail.
The modern custom note cards from Joy Creative Shop with clean lines and look are a picture of simplicity and elegance. I used them as ready stationery for everyday messages or more special letters. Each note card is printed on card stock.
Typically, I prefer a simple correspondence with a personal touch and these modern note cards are perfect for everything from a “Thinking of you” to a “Thank you”.
The package comes as a set of 12 cards/13 envelopes per order.
I also picked up a set of personalized glitter notecards (includes 10 notecards and 10 coordinating envelopes) for my elder one. Bright colored, lower case block letters, printed on soft white textured cardstock, they were an instant hit with the teen in my home. Each notecard is hand glittered and comes packaged with coordinating bright colored envelopes.
To personalize the notecards, you have to provide full name (as you’d like it to appear when purchasing). Each order comes packaged in a clear bag with a coordinating ribbon.
If you are going for a bulk order of 5+ packs or more, the shop will give a you a discount.
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