Personalised Christmas Cards Available From Photobook Australia

Photobook Australia offers a wide range of greeting cards, including Christmas cards. There are standard greeting cards for the holiday season, as well as opportunities to personalise the cards in size and format.

Vermont South VIC - April 16, 2018 —

Photobook Australia and Irene Foo are pleased to announce that there are new products in their line of personalised Christmas cards. With dozens of styles and sizes available in the online catalogue, customers have many opportunities to find a card to suit their preferences. The holiday season is just one of the times when people like to reach out to friends and family and extend greetings. The online card outlet makes it easy to find a perfect way to send greetings to another.

The selection of cards reflects many different themes. Some of the more common ones are religious, love, parties, food and drink, and family togetherness. Like the images, the fonts and colours are also available in a range of options. In all, there are dozens of different themed card options. The cards are printed on high-quality card stock. The printing can be placed on card stock which is flat or folded. The orientation of the message is another way to find a suitable card.

The cards are available in many different sizes and orientations. These include 7 x 5” landscape, 5 x 5” square, 4 x 8” portrait and 8 x 4” landscape. Two new entrants to the inventory are the 11 x 8” landscape and the 8 x 11” portrait. Envelopes are included with each type of card, for easy mailing or delivery.

The personalisation of greeting cards is perfect for Christmas greetings or for other seasons, occasions or celebrations. There is a wide range of designs to accommodate all the customer's needs. Each card is special in its own unique way. Choose the customizing features for each person who is being recognized. Only two to three business days are required for printing and the envelopes are included with the order. With the editor supplied by Photobook Australia, customers can add their favourite photos, include text with different font types. They can use the wide array of page styles, backgrounds and scrapbook items to form a unique card.

Contact Info:
Name: Irene Foo
Organization: Photobook Australia
Address: 1/475 Burwood Hwy, Vermont South VIC 3133

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For more information, please visit http://www.photobookaustralia.com.au/create-cards

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