Make a statement with your cards this holiday season. We've found the best custom photo cards so you can get done early — and get your cards out on time.
Once a year, give your favorite photos the chance to shine. Send a custom personalized holiday card that shares your family’s joy. Thanks to these 12 designs, all you’ll need is the right picture to send a stylish message to your friends and family.
Looking for a holiday card that celebrates on a broad scale? Try this lovely, floral custom photo card (Paper Culture, $2).
Celebrate the New Year and share your family with this pretty multi-photo card (Paper Culture, $2) with a unique color scheme.
This holiday card (Treat, $3) can be personalized and mailed individually. We love the cheerful rainbow colors and four-photo capacity.
A unique shape lets your recipient hang this photo card (Tiny Prints, $2) right on the tree. Yellow and gray make it stand out.
Make the most of your Instagram photos. This modern card (Paper Culture, $2) lets you use two small, square photos in a cheeky design.
Share a simple, beautiful message this holiday season. Your favorite black and white photo is perfect for this custom holiday card (Shutterfly, $2).
Choose your favorite shape, from rounded to embellished corners. We love the way this sparkly card (Tiny Prints, $2) goes glam with gold glitter.
Get playful with this cute holiday card (Shutterfly, $2). Spotlight your favorite candid family photo as you share a loving message.
Trendy geometry and muted color lend a stylish touch to this beautiful custom photo Hanukkah card (Tiny Prints, $2).
Celebrate Kwanzaa with a simple square card (Snapfish, $1) with an eye-catching design. Use your favorite photo of the kids.
A cute vintage design makes this four-photo card (Snapfish, $1) stand out. Show off the entire family.
Looking for a card to share a group of siblings? Try this understated, modern card (Minted, $2) that lets you include their names.
You don't need a professional to get a great shot for your photo card, but you should avoid using your cell phone unless the design calls for very small images. Don't be afraid to use candid shots instead of a formal pose. For best results and the most forgiving lighting, shoot outside when the sun is low on the horizon. Check your custom holiday card in preview mode before ordering to make sure everything is spelled right.
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