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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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3 stars
eInvite

E INVITE

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Starting from $2.12

eInvite is a Massachusetts based company that specializes in stationary. You'll find wedding invitations, baby announcements, bar mitzvah invites, Christmas, Thanksgiving and other holiday greeting cards at eInvite. Prices are steep, compared to other high quality providers, and we had a tough time finding out why.

To search the selection of Christmas cards at eInvite you select the Holiday tab, and choose from photo greeting cards, business, holiday cards, and Christmas cards. The website allows you to further filter by color to narrow down their 70 or 80 different Christmas cards. We found the photo cards were mixed in with Christmas cards and the overall selection was much smaller than those companies ranked higher. When we selected other categories we found they were also mixed with different card types as well - that was a bit confusing.

eInvite requires a minimum 10 card order on most cards. We found their prices were nearly double that of some of the higher ranked companies. We didn't see that higher quality paper or printing was occurring - we couldn't identify the reasoning behind the cost difference. Also, don't be tricked by the pricing. The list price that appears is for 100 or more cards, if you are looking for a much smaller order you'll find the individual price per card is significantly higher.

A 7 day return policy exists and only includes reprints. Shipping starts at $8.95 for ground shipping for a minimal order. The website states that production time varies per product but we couldn't confirm what those time frames were.

With unreliable search results, expensive pricing and limited selection it was hard to get excited about the eInvite Christmas cards.

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Leanin Tree

LEANIN TREE

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Starting from $.90

Leanin' Tree is a 60 year old greeting card company that utilizes original artwork in their cards from artists around the world. Leanin' Tree also offers e-cards, calendars, and gifts. We found the selection of Christmas cards at Leanin' Tree to be abundant but unattractive and lacking diversity.

To peruse the selection of Christmas cards you may choose from ornament cards, classic cards, photo cards, premium Christmas, embossed, boxed sets and value Christmas cards. The selection within each category involved muted colors and an old fashioned style that we felt would not meet the needs of most.

The personalized photo cards were expensive at $2.99 a piece for small orders. No minimum order is required. The personalization options include uploading pictures and modifying text as desired and are limited to photo cards only. The boxed sets and other cards were generally very inexpensive with prices starting at $.90. Unfortunately we couldn't find a single card we liked or that we felt represented our style.

Orders leave the manufacturer in 3 to 5 business days based on personalization needs. Shipping starts at $5.95 for minimum orders. Leanin' Tree offers a full return if they don't meet your satisfaction.

With a lack of personalization options and quality, attractive Christmas cards we felt a higher ranked company would be a better option for your Christmas card needs.

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You can add pictures, text, and even create holographic and magnetic Christmas cards - the options are endless when you shop online. Christmas card companies vary in a number of ways. Before shopping for your next set of Christmas cards, you should consider the following:

  • Selection. What type of Christmas cards does the company offer? How large is their selection of Christmas cards?
  • Minimum Order Requirements. Does the company require that you purchase a minimum number of Christmas cards? If so, how many Christmas cards must you buy?
  • Price. What is the cost per Christmas card? How does that compare with other Christmas card companies?

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