Snapfish and Macmillan are working in partnership to raise vital funds to ensure that people affected by cancer receive the support when they need it most. With your help, we have managed to raise £39,750 so far! Help us keep supporting Macmillan by selecting some of our favourite 7×5″ personalised folded greeting cards for Christmas.
Show off your artistic side with jewel-toned palettes that are totally fridge-worthy. That watercolour and dip-dye trend you know and love now includes painterly brushstrokes and whimsical lettering! Tip: Add, reposition, and rotate text on the front of your card for a one-of-a-kind message. Pictured: Snowy Frame | Let it Snow
We all went palm-crazy last season, and there’s no stopping us now! Berry accents, tropical stems, and peony clusters complete our botanical photo card collection this year. Tip: Wear simple, bright colors that don’t compete with the beautiful flora and fauna bordering your photo. Pictured: Floral Sketchbook (Holiday Card) | Vintage Floral Christmas
Colourful lettering and thick, bright stripes set the playful tone for this pop-tastic collection. Tip: Personalise your cards by adding images inside and on the back! Pictured: You’re a Star | Barking Loud
Black & White
This twist on classic black and white takes flight in folksy, silhouetted patterns with an emphasis on playful script and foil-inspired accents. Tip: If you really want to commit, use a black and white photo to pull the whole look together! Pictured: Joyful wishes | Snow Frame
Originally published on Snapfish US
Find out more about the money we have raised for Macmillan Cancer Support on our Proud to Support page.
Snapfish + Macmillan are working in partnership to raise vital funds. For every greeting card or flat card set sold, Macmillan receive up to 15p.
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