Printing and Pricing Holiday Cards

The most beautiful time of the year is here again, and with the holiday season comes the time to prepare your annual holiday card. Finding the right present for everyone on your list can be stressful, but printing your holiday card doesn’t have to be. You can use several resources to help you achieve the perfect holiday card that your friends and family will want to save and cherish.

Some of the most beautiful holiday card designs can be found at www.simplytoimpress.com. Founded by a wife and mother of five, Heather Hasse, Impress prides itself on providing customers with unique card designs at an affordable price. Using the site, you can customize your card according to greeting, shape, theme, color, style, and more. The result will be a stunning holiday card personalized to your liking.

Their style is unique and one-of-a-kind. To Impress compliments your photographs and transforms them into treasured keepsakes. They're affordable, offer fantastic customer service, and are known for their high standards and artful presentations.

Another great option is Etsy. The great thing about Etsy is that you can shop for unique and handmade items from creatives worldwide. Etsy also makes the shopping experience safe by hosting trustworthy sellers, safeguarding information, and offering purchase protection to buyers. 

Photographers wondering how to price holiday cards for clients can charge two different amounts based on the number of cards ordered. For example, an excellent place to start would be to charge $129 for the first 25 cards and $79 for every 25 cards. Of course, you adjust these prices and go higher depending on how much they cost you to print since there are many different price points.  I would also recommend using them as an upsell with other print packages.

No matter which method or venue you use to print your holiday cards, the first step is to get the perfect photo as your backdrop.

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