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Don’t panic if you haven’t ordered your holiday cards just yet. There’s still plenty of time and oodles of discounts to be had. Plus, to help ease (and speed) the process, we went ahead and cherry-picked a slew of options that’ll look gorgeous atop your pals’ mantels (or, OK, stuck to their fridges).

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Artifact Uprising

Best for Overall Aesthetics: Artifact Uprising

The hand-lettering, the photo layouts, the foil options—we dare you not to Instagram these designs after you mail them out. The chic envelopes are available in kraft paper or sleek colors like iron gray.

Order the Card (From $1.75)


Best for Showcasing Multiple Photos: Minted

It’s like a paper version of your gallery wall—and ideal when you simply can’t narrow down favorites from your family photo shoot.

Order the Card (From $2.28)

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Pinhole Press

Best for Including a Short Note: Pinhole Press

It’s tempting to yammer on with holiday greetings and notes about the year gone by. Pinhole Press—and its foldable, accordion designs—forces you to keep your message to 350 characters, which you can then accompany with a handful of photos.

Order the Card (From $2.89)

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Pear Tree

Best for Writing a Short Novel: Pear Tree

OK, so you need a bit more real estate.We love Pear Tree’s booklet designs, which offer you up to 800 characters (plus additional text boxes) on the pages throughout. Plus, they tie together into an adorable little book, giving you the option to narrate the year fold by fold.

Order the Card (From $4.31)

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Paper Culture

Best for Mother Nature: Paper Culture

Send a holiday card, save a tree. Sounds like an oxymoron, but Paper Culture prints every card using recycled paper and plants a new tree for every order placed.

Order the Card (From $2.59)


Best for Serving a Second Purpose: Shutterfly

It’s the quandary of the season: What the heck do you do with all those gorgeous holiday cards that pile up on your mail table? Save your friends the trouble by sending them an ornament-shaped design, which they can hang on their tree and re-use next year.

Order the Card (From $3.19)


Best for Nabbing a Deal: Mpix

Sign up for the email newsletter and you’ll be wowed by all the holiday card savings, which range from 25 to 50 percent off.

Order the Card (Starting at $15.95 for 5)

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Tiny Prints

Best for Foil Printing: Tiny Prints

Love shiny things? Peep the metallic options on this fan favorite site first.

Order the Card (From $3.14)

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Paperless Post

Best for Mailing Last Minute: Paperless Post

Maybe you don’t have everyone’s mailing addresses. Maybe—oops—you just forgot to order on time. Send a digital version via Paperless Post (which also supplies paper cards, btw) and it’s like you intended to wait until December 23.

Order the Card (From $0.30)

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