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You don't have to send out the same old traditional Christmas cards this season. The box selection at your local store has been around the block and back. For a new, different, and fun experience, you can use the internet to find and personalize Christmas cards that represents your own unique style.

You may be surprised with how many Christmas card options exist in the land of internet shopping. Card companies provide numerous Christmas card choices that are both innovative and distinctive. Moreover, these Christmas cards can be personalized in ways that are impossible with traditional in-store Christmas cards.

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Starting from $.56

Cherishables offers a wide variety of personalized photo products, including calendars, gifts, and a large selection of greeting cards. When it comes to Christmas cards, they have more than 500 designs to choose from, in addition to being able to design your own.

Although the Cherishables website isn’t overly fancy, it is relatively easy to find what you’re looking for. On the main Christmas Cards page, you can use the left-hand navigation to choose among their available themes:

  • Photo Collage
  • Holiday Symbols
  • Traditional Color Combos
  • Trendy Color Combos
  • Wintry Mix
  • Tropical Trends
  • Floral Chic
  • Furry Friends

In that same area, you can also choose “Show Me Everything”, “Design Your Own”, and “Designs We Love”. Once you’ve chosen one of those options, you can further sort the results by color, number of featured photos, card size, and type of paper.

Pricing is very competitive at Cherishables. There is a minimum order size of 20 cards, and the most affordable designs start at $0.97 per card when making that minimum order. For larger orders (200+), prices go as low as $0.56 each. Envelopes are included at no extra charge for all orders printed on card stock. And, at the time of our review, customers could get free ground shipping on all orders of photo cards - another money-saving perk of buying Christmas cards at Cherishables.

Cherishables’ satisfaction guarantee is to-the-point and terrific: “You will receive a prompt 100% refund if you are not happy with your order.” It was no surprise to see that they’ve been an accredited business with the Better Business Bureau since 2009, and that they maintained an “A+” rating at the time of our review.

We give Cherishables a good rating for their excellent, customer-friendly policies and competitive pricing.

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Starting from $.50

Day Spring is a Christian based company that offers a wide selection of cards, gift, jewelry, home decor and more. Day Spring was purchased by Hallmark cards about 10 years ago. Within the Christmas card selection you will find boxed sets, personalized cards, premium and value options.

All cards use pictures and verbiage centered around the Christian faith. The personalized Christmas card items are limited to 25+ choices. We found the card designs to be a bit out-of-date and unattractive. The premium selection offered slightly more attractive options but at almost $4.00 a piece we didn't think they were a good value.

All cards are sold in 16 or 18 card minimums. Some of the prices are very affordable at around $.50 a piece with others close to $4.00. The personalization options were limited to text - not color, font, etc that other companies provide.

Shipping is free on orders over $50 for a limited time. Personalization is an extra charge of $4.00 per box. Day Spring will also personalize envelops with a return address for $2.00 extra. Day Spring does offer a 30 day money back guarantee. Shipping starts at $6.45 for ground $20.45 for minimum orders. Orders are printed and go out within 2-3 business days.

If you are looking for religious Christmas cards the selection at many of the higher ranked companies is more abundant, more personalized and more cost effective.

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  • Selection. What type of Christmas cards does the company offer? How large is their selection of Christmas cards?
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