Pretty Xmas Cards


 Ah I can not believe it's only like 3 weeks away from Christmas Day, I mean how does that happen? December seems to just fly in every year doesn't it?

Like I said yesterday I want every day of my #blogmas to feature something you will love and I really hope you love this website that I'm going to share with you today as much as I do.

I love to hand-make most of my xmas cards that I give out for Christmas as I think it adds such a unique touch to your gift but when I can't get around to that or just don't have any time I want the cards that I give out to still be as pretty and special but not crazy expensive either (I've worked out most of the designs on this site are around £1.50 to buy in paper format) so when I found out about Paperless Post I was like 'yah'.

It's basically a website that lets you create online and offline paper products.  Send beautiful designed products that you can personalise online and then buy the exact same design and get it delivered to you in paper format that you can give out too.  I love that aspect of it and its the first time I've ever seen the online and offline design format which I think is such a great idea as there are just some people in your life who your never going to send an Ecard to, right?

Anyway my favourite thing about the company and why I really wanted to share it on here with you is because they sell some of my favourite designers on there that you can actually personalise too.  Y'all know how much love I have for Kate Spade and they sell so many of her designs and they also sell The Rifle Paper Company which I think the Internet is pretty unanimous on being in love with.  They have tons of other designers on there as well and I think that gives the site a whole luxe feel to it.  The website is also really easy to use and work as well so it's a really quick process to do (unless your me and take like 5 hours to decide between which deisgn you love best haha)

I really can't wait to try out some of the Kate Spade designs, they just look so pretty and I can't wait to see what they look like in real life (no pun intended haha)
I hope this helps you if you were stuck on where to buy your Christmas cards this year and I hope you have fun coming up with designs if you use Paperless Post too.

P.s. Even though they are an American company they ship to the UK too. The shipping is a flat rate of $10 and all the duties and taxes are included in that price so no surprises at the post office yah!!

*This post is a partnership with Nakturnal