There is Still Time to Send Holiday cards with Paperless Post

I was so busy with work and the kids this year I completely forgot to send out Christmas cards. Early November I had thought about it as I started to receive the odd one. But to me, it felt too early. Then before I knew it, it was a week before Christmas. There is no way I can possibly get cards written and in the mail and delivered before Christmas. From the look of my online feed, I am not alone. I see many of my friends posting the same thing.

I was about to stress about it and then I found an amazing service. Would you be happy if you could still send out holiday cards to your friends and loved ones in time for Christmas? Would you like to design your own cards, personalize them and feel good about doing good for the environment at the same time?

Introducing Paperless Post 

Paperless Post helps you create online and paper stationery that reflects your individual aesthetic. Their distinctive, customizable designs and powerful online tools make it easy to communicate expressively on any occasion—from everyday correspondence to milestone life events. Paperless Post collaborates with leading fashion and lifestyle designers, including Kate Spade New York, Oscar De la Renta, Jonathan Adler, and John Derian.

Of course they have traditional paper options as well. You can create cards online or on paper for any occasion. The paper is high quality and the design process even allows you to customize the envelope. But if you are pressed for time like me, you will want to check out the paperless option.

A few of my favourite designs for Christmas are here


Mr Rudolph


Written in Tinsel


Merry, Bright, and Blooming

These ones are great for the holidays and can be customized to add your name, family name and in some cases your own greeting. There are even cards for New Years! These are great in case you ‘forget’ to send somebody a Christmas card and want to get them a card while we are all still in the holiday spirit.

Confetti New Year


Champ Stars


Finding the card that is right for you is easy. First you create an account then find the theme or holiday you are looking for on the tabs on the top. They have cards, invitations, and stationary for all occasions. Once you do this you will see a huge selection of cards. Click on the ones you like and personalize them to fit your needs. You can add wording, images and customize the envelope. Then you can preview them to see how your recipient sees them when sent. Choose online or paper then proceed to check out to complete your order.

Your recipient will receive an email with an invitation to open an ecard. Once they do, they will see an envelope they can click that will open to show your card.


They then will have an option to send a response to you.

Paperless Post designs are beautiful and make it really easy to connect with the ones you love in your own personal style—especially during the holidays. Their smart online tools take a lot of the arduous work out of planning holiday cards, and their gorgeous designs.

Your cards can be purchased using coins (their sites credit) or in usd via credit card. The cards

I chose were 3 coins per recipient. 20 coins costs $6 usd.

Send your online Christmas cards today, and they’ll be right on time. No rush, no stress, no paper. These cards are elegant and affordable, a great way to let those on your list know you are thinking of them.

Visit and send your warm wishes today!

This post has been brought to you in partnership with Nakturnal. All opinions are my own


  1. I would order Red Cheree Berry

  2. Luminous Angel says

    I love the Christmas Sweater!

  3. Deanna Barkley says

    I would order The Little Manger. Thanks for the giveaway.

  4. Joshua Spiers says

    I like the Kate Spade Confetti Branches one!

  5. Joanne Saunders says
  6. I like the Evergreen Greetings!

  7. I like the Joy to the World of Sweets

  8. I like the invite for An Evening of Holiday Spirits to send to friends I want to join me during the holidays,

  9. Year In Review – Black
    The Indigo Bunting

    These would be my choice to share my last year

  10. I love the Longcase Clock NYE party invitation!

  11. If I won, I’d order the Tall Trimmer (Greeting) card

  12. I really like the Joy to the World of Sweets

  13. Victoria Ess says

    I’d order the Caledonia (Invitation) cards!

  14. Julie bolduc says

    The Evergreen Greetings looks so nice

  15. so many nice ones, i would pick a Design my own option

  16. missbobloblaw says

    I would choose the Botanical Lace (Photo) – Gold pattern!

  17. Since it will be after Christmas I would probably pick the Teacup Cat (Anke Weckmann) Birthday Card for my friend since it is early in the New Year and she loves cats!

  18. I like this splatter paint (photo) for a kid’s birthday invitation –

  19. Nicole Jubleew says

    I would order the lovely Snow Pine Valley – Gold New Years card

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