Unveils New Photo Easter Cards Collection

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Continuing its dedication to eco-friendliness with 100% post-consumer recycled paper,, a leading Photo cards retailer, introduces its new line of 2010 photo Easter cards...

Easter Photo Cards from

New Photo Easter Cards

Photo cards retailer today announced the introduction of its new line of 2010 photo Easter cards, featuring playful Easter Bunny patterns and Easter egg borders in crisp Spring tones.

Describing the new collection of photo Easter cards as “full of spring-time spirit,” Robin Stevens, VP of Marketing for, encourages families to “take advantage of the warmer weather by taking outdoor family photos and creating your own unique Easter greeting.” Whether sharing a recent family photo or a snapshot of kids in their Sunday best, spring is the perfect time to send a personalized greeting to say ‘hello’ to friends and family.

For those hosting a neighborhood Easter egg hunt or brunch, also has adorable Easter Invitations that it can mail free of charge directly to party guests. Hosting a religious event? Cardstore also has brand-new baptism, christening, and communion invitations by artist Milo Paper.

In a season of growth and new beginnings, continues its dedication to eco-friendliness by printing on 100% post-consumer waste paper. customers can choose from 18 different fonts and 10 different colors to personalize a one-of-a-kind greeting. With bright colors, cute decorations, and personalization options, Easter cards from are a spirited way to celebrate the season.

About is a Berkeley, California-based photo Easter cards, photo cards, and thank you 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, thank you cards, birthday cards, holiday photo cards, graduation announcements, and wedding invitations.


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