I want to order holiday cards in bulk to send out to my whole address list. But most of what I find on Etsy are photo cards (which my partner begged me not to make him do, at least until we have kids) or single cards that are $3.50/piece.
Where can I find really nice, geeky holiday cards?
You’ve come to the right place, Amanda. Here’s the Offbeat Home roundup of awesome geeky non-family-photo-needing holiday cards — including the Zombie Christmas Cards (pictured here) from Think Geek, cards that are perfect for techies, science geeks, gamers, and more.
Click on any of the cards below to learn more about them…
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Our cards are courtesy of Grumpy Cat.
The Oatmeal has some hilarious ones
We went with Vistaprint– their completely blank cards that you upload your own design for. You can upload any geeky thing you want! Though for some reason their website is stuck on the UK version today, and refuses to switch to USA.
Chart holiday cards?!!? Makes me wish that I sent holiday cards so I could get some! Awesome. 🙂
I think… I might be in love… o.o The first 3 just made my day.
Wondermark has some rather magnificent cards (and with bulk discounts!):
The Mary Sue just posted some geeky Christmas cards that are on the cuter side:
No Hannukkah cards at all?
I hate this time of year.
There is one that just says “Joy, Love, Peace”, two which are charts to recap the year, one is a checklist that is as much Hanukkah as it is Christmas, One that says that Axial Tilt is “The reason for the season”, a couple of Happy Holidays card, and one for Festivus. Even if none of them are specifically Hanukkah, it shouldn’t be that hard to write “Happy Hanukkah” inside an otherwise generic card.
Yup, sadly I didn’t run across any nerdy, specifically-Hanukkah cards, but, as Alexandra pointed out, there are many non-holiday specific cards featured that could easily be your Hanukkah cards.
But if you stumble upon geeky specifically-Hanukkah cards in your search, please let us know!
Where would one find the ThinkGeek cards? I have been searching their site and their facebook and can not see them. Either it’s too early in the morning and my eyes are still glued shut or they aren’t there.
My bad (as the kids say), the free Think Geek cards were supposed to be link. I have added the link!
Ok took a bit of a search, apparently my eyes are glued shut.
This year, I took pictures we had taken during the year and added clever sentences and poems I had written myself. It’s rather inexpensive to have them printed and delivered (about 75 bucks for 120 postcards), and you can do virtually anything as long as you have got a camera and know how to upload pictures. ^^
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