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"The Christmas cards are wonderful."
"Sent them to friends and family!"
The joy of the holiday season deserves some sparkle! You've found an amazing way to share your shine with gold glitter Christmas cards. Why shouldn't your holiday cards match your tree ornaments? Try gold glitter for both! Custom photo cards decorated with just a touch of glitter are the perfect balance to send to your loved ones, too. No need to worry about glitter dumping out of the envelope when your card arrives. A subtle border is just the right amount of gleam to keep the spirit strong this year!
Picking a Glitter Christmas Card Photo
Select a photo to add to your gold glitter Christmas cards. For a clean, creative look, you could try a black-and-white photo. This style comes in high contrast, or you can take it down to a subtle grayscale, using cool filters on your phone or with computer software. Next, to this sophisticated photography finish, a gold glitter border is high-impact and gets the holiday vibe going strong.
If you decide to choose a color photo, look for one that has lots of negative space in the background (that means the background is free of clutter) or one that shows action close-up. If you go with something too busy, the glitter will compete with the image, but if you balance the factors, you'll have a holiday card that is equal parts fun and elegant.
Your Name Makes Your Christmas Cards Even More Special
Gold glitter Christmas cards are already prime candidates for that center-mantel position, but when you customize yours with not just a beautiful photo, but your family's name on the front cover of the card? You're guaranteeing everyone who receives one from you is going to treasure it and display it prominently. Send glitter cards every year, and the gilded border becomes part of your signature, too. They'll be checking the mailbox from the beginning of December, wondering when your Christmas card will arrive!