You have no problem trumpeting your consecutive victories when it comes to tacky sweater competitions. Put it on paper this year.
Available at dogandponyshow.com, $15 for ten.
Cancel the photographer. Wedding invites pro Ello There transforms a picture of your gang into real characters. Bonus: You don’t have to suffer through coordinating outfits.
Available at etsy.com, $80 for two figures; $25 for each additional figure. Five-by-seven-inch folding cards with envelopes are $3.50 each.
Bet they were expecting silver menorahs and blue stars of David. A surprise pug sends smiles and well wishes.
Available at sycamorestreetpress.com, $15 for six.
Planes get you there quicker, and trains skip the traffic, but there’s something about an old-fashioned station wagon packed full of gifts that makes us want to belt out “Joy to the World.”
Available at shop.brooklynbookbinder.com, $15 for five.
Customized letterpress illustrations for today’s broods. Finally, even pregnant, same-sex families with dogs can wish you a happy holiday.
Available at moontreeletterpress.com, $225 for 50.
You and your other half haven’t quite hit the stage of hamming it up for a greeting card. Send this sweet drawn duo as your stand-ins.
Available at redcapcards.com, $4 each; $15 for eight.
Turn your family’s 2012 highlights into visualized data with a customized infographic.
Available at minted.com, $64 for 25.
Send sweet sentiments (and a mouthful of nostalgia) with several quarter-size peppermint classics.
Available at feltandwireshop.com, $4.
This ready-to-hang, garland-like holiday card immediately tugged at our heartstrings. Personalize with photos from your online albums or pull images directly from Facebook.
Available at peartreegreetings.com, $81 for 24.
We get it, Jimmy Stewart. You’re the poster boy for December 25. We think it’s time to let our old pal, Yul (better known as the King of Siam) have a go.
Available at anemoneletterpress.com, $16 for six.
And no other card like yours on the mantel, thanks to a custom house illustration. Included in the package is an eight-by-ten-inch archival print and a PDF to print your own cards.
Available at etsy.com, $85.
Thick stock and raised snowflakes make opening a card feel like unwrapping a present.
Available at wildinkpress.com, $18 for eight.
Though mere doodles and scribbles to some eyes, your pint-size Picasso’s artwork letterpressed into cotton stock says the holidays have arrived.
Available at simplesongdesign.com, $450 for 50 cards.
Encourage pen pals to follow the grizzlies’ lead and beat hibernation blues with a cha-cha round the living room.
Available at etsy.com, $16 for eight.
What’s that, little mouse? Don’t bother with whispers of joy — shout them loud and proud.
Available at smockpaper.com, $14 for six.
For friends whose seasonal forecast includes white (or those who wish it would), send tidings of toboggans, tubes, skis, and sleds.
Available at snowandgraham.com, $16 for ten.
The election year made us weary of choosing sides. Please all parties with a colorful catchall.
Available at banquetworkshop.com, $5.
Jack Skellington’s an old friend, but Alpine dwellers have long feared the Krampus (we highly suggest you Wiki it), who is sure to incite many a nightmare before Christmas.
Available at quillandfox.com, $4 each; $19 for ten.
“Strings of streetlights, even stoplights, blink a bright red and green.” So it follows traffic should be adorned with ribbon and bows.
Available at etsy.com, $4.
Scribble a note on the printed postcard to delight design enthusiasts and reindeer lovers alike.
Available at sassandperil.com, $4.
We imagine St. Nick would need more than twelve on Rudolph’s team had he been flying with these red-nosed kitties. Logistics aside, pet-loving pals purr at the sentiment.
Available at fancyseeingyouhere.com, $5.
Cinephiles know it’s not Christmas until the Griswolds’ tree burns and Buddy finds his dad.
Available at greenwichletterpress.com, $16 for eight.
Full stomachs do a happy (and subdued) family make. Happy feasting, long-lost relatives.
Available at etsy.com, $16 for six.
Choose your accomplice for fleeing the hullabaloo wisely and pass on the itinerary (though we’d steer clear of chilling with a bear in a cave).
Available at etsy.com, $4.
Re-create the magic of cartoon flipbooks with a star-wrapped menorah that seems to light up as you pull.
Available at iglooletterpress.bigcartel.com, $6.
Remind humbugs it’s the season to chuckle like the bearded man in the red suit.
Available at mrboddington.com, $20 for eight.
Dad loves to ask how u r, and Mom signs all her texts Love, Mother. Move correspondence to the mail with a mobile quip.
Available at etsy.com, $4.50.
Snowcapped peaks send suitable winter wishes (even if your outdoor activities are limited to shuffling to the store for another box of hot chocolate).
Available at supermarkethq.com, $5.
You’re already throwing off plugged-in buddies by sending an old-school card. A retro typewriter reinforces the message.
Available at blackbirdletterpress.etsy.com, $22 for eight.
We’re not quite sure how boats edged their way into the holiday milieu, but we’ll be shipping these to sailors and landlubbers alike.
Available at eggpress.com, $5 each; $17 for six.
Christmas trees shouldn’t have all the fun. This trellis sprouts prosperity, happiness, and more to set the tone for the New Year.
Available at peytonandclark.com, $38 for eight.
Because you want to wish everyone a Merry Christmas (even if this phrase is the extent of your español).
Available at riflepaperco.com, $4.50 each; $18 for eight.
The division of holiday budget multiplied by an ever-growing list of gifts to buy leaves a remainder of spirit-killing arithmetic. Keep it basic instead.
Available at afavoritedesign.com, $4.50.
One Smart Cookie Decorating Party
Comfort Food for All to Crave