, Holiday Cards Retailer, Introduces New Personalized Notebooks

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Our personalized notebooks are the perfect way to take notes in a way that suits your individual style

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Holiday cards and thank you cards retailer recently announced a brand new personalized notebook product including photo notebook patterns and customized notebook designs. Made from recycled materials, the notebooks have 50 lined pages, steel wire binding, and sturdy, scratch resistant covers.

The collection includes over 40 stylish designs from stationery designer Milo Paper, as well as blank photo notebook layouts. Each Milo Paper notebook has a matching back cover design with the option of adding a photo and message.

“Our personalized notebooks are the perfect way to take notes in a way that suits your individual style,” says Robin Stevens, Director of Marketing, adding, “they’re ideal for work, school, and home, and they make great gifts for friends and family!”

The 5” x 7” personalized notebooks are sized to fit in a backpack for back to school, or slip in a purse and take notes on the go. Notebooks start as low as $12 after the 10% discount taken with coupon code NEWNOTEBOOK, (expires 10/31/2010).’s personalized notebooks also allow customers the choice between 18 different font styles and 10 different color choices to emphasize their personal style.

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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