Holiday Cards Retailer Partners with Hero Arts to Create Embellished Holiday Cards

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Holiday cards retailer and stamping company Hero Arts recently unveiled a line of Embellished Holiday Cards: photo card designs with matching accents for customers to add a personal touch to their holiday cards.

New Embellished Holiday Cards by & Hero Arts

Our partnership with Hero Arts combines the best of both worlds

Holiday cards retailer introduced an exclusive collection of holiday photo cards and matching accents by Hero Arts, an industry leader in scrapbook and rubber stamp supplies. These Embellished Holiday Cards can be personalized on, professionally printed, then decorated at home with a variety of accents like stamps, gems, and glitter glue.

“Our partnership with Hero Arts combines the best of both worlds,” said Katy Greenspan, director of creative services, explaining, “Customers can have both the ease of creating personalized cards on and the personal touch that comes with pretty scrapbooking details.”

To add to the ease of the designs, videos are available online with instructions on how to apply the accents and give your holiday cards that extra handmade touch. While all designs are customizable with photos and 18 different font styles with 10 different color choices, the Hero Arts accents offer even more customization options for the customer. For those who want to bring a little extra sparkle or dimension to their holiday greetings, Embellished Holiday Cards are perfect for any age and any skill level.

About is a Berkeley, California-based greeting cards, thank you cards, and wedding cards retailer that combines online customization with designs from over 70 independent artists. Since 1999, the company has printed over 50 million personalized cards, and uses 100% post-consumer recycled cardstock. provides custom greeting cards and personalized stationery for all occasions including photo cards, birthday cards, holiday photo cards, graduation announcements, and wedding invitations.


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