Ready or not, it’s time to get prepared for the holidays. I’m notorious for thinking about holiday cards when it’s a little too late. Come mid-December I love opening up my mailbox to gorgeous and creative cards then go on the hunt for our very own. This year we’re getting ahead of the holiday madness. Thanks to Minted we already have our cards in our hands. Now it’s up to me to add some embellishments, stuff, address and stamp them all by the first week of December. I’m the type that needs deadlines.
When selecting the perfect holiday card this year we wanted something simple that had a beautiful design and reflected our style. This Winter Berry holiday cards definitely stood out amongst the hundreds of designs Minted has to offer.
Adding a little sparkle to the cards was actually Cambria (the designers) vision for the card. I love the extra detail it adds to the card. We’ve also added gold edges to the cards as well. It’s been so much fun having the extra time to make this years holiday cards extra special.
Now for the fun part – Minted is kindly offering one lucky Sacramento Street winner $250 towards their holiday cards. Now, if you aren’t planning on ordering holidays cards this year don’t fret – they have SO much more for you party essentials like notebooks, invitations for almost any event, and more! I have to say, their holiday cards are my favorite – it’s always so hard to choose just one to send out!
Entering is easy – simply follow the steps in the widget below and that’s it! The giveaway will be open until Wednesday, November 13th.
I hope this gets all of you excited for the holidays that are right around the corner and big thanks to Minted for offering this great giveaway!
Rules: This contest is open to U.S. residents only. Please follow the steps in the widget for valid entry. Giveaway value: $250 USD. One winner will be selected at random using random.org. The winner will be contacted via email once comments close on Wednesday, November 13th. Once the winner has responded I will announce the winner at the bottom of this post.
Photos by Caitlin Flemming