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Another thing I like to buy after Christmas when all the holiday products go on sale are Christmas cards. Just like holiday bags, you can use Christmas cards for many holiday seasons to come. And it`s fantastic that I got all these cards for 75% off! I did not visit the store until 30 min before closing so there was not much to pick from.
-Winter Wonderland Cards: This card has a semi-dark blue background with silver glitter snowflakes. The word `Winter` is also in silver glitter. I like how the glitter adds a 3D-like look to it, rather than it being plain. The inside of the card has the greeting: `Wishing you the perfect holiday season.` This box comes with 16 cards and envelopes. Originally this box set was $24 and was on sale for $6!
-Joy Cards: This card has a brown bark-like background with the word `Joy` written across it. It is cute that each letter in `Joy` is made of different things. The `J` Is made of a candy cane, the `O` is made of a snowman and the `Y` is made of pine needles and a few red berries? Or this could also be mistletoes? This box comes with 14 cards and envelopes. The inside of the card has the greeting: `Thinking of you and wishing you a season filled with joy.` Originally this box set was $20 and was on sale for $5!
-Pine Tree Cards: This card has two pine trees; one that is taller than the other. Both trees have a shining star on top and on the taller tree has a dove sitting on a branch. In the background, there are four leafless birch trees. All the trees are sitting on top of a snowy hill that is made up of iridescent white glitter. Throughout the card there is snow falling that is also made up of iridescent white glitter. I really like how the glitter makes this card pop. Inside the card getting is: `May peace and happiness be yours this Christmas and throughout the New Year.` This box set contains 20 cards and envelopes. Originally this set was $14.95 but was on sale for $3.74!
Overall I am really pleased with the deals I got on these cards. I spend around $15 for 50 cards which comes out to be around $0.30 for each card, which is a lot cheaper than buying individual cards. These cards will last me for a good while.
Do you like to buy Christmas cards after Christmas is over on sale?
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