As I wrote the date today in numerical form, 11.01.10, it made me think about the fact that soon it will be 2011 and a new year will start! With the state of the economy, loss of jobs for friends and family members, the holidays can sometimes be a tough time of year. I have to admit, I feel like 2011 will be a good year! A great time for a fresh start, new beginnings and a new chapter of life!
At InvitationBox.com we celebrate New Years just as much as we celebrate any other holiday during the year. I am always one to send out Christmas themed holiday cards during December, but this year I may change things up a bit and lift spirits during the holiday season with a New Years Greeting card, just like the one on the left here. This Starry City Night Photo Card is by IB Designs, which means it is designed by our very own team of Graphic Designers. This modern greeting card features a dark black background with little white and grey dots throughout the background which look like a starry night. An outline of a cityscape adorns the bottom of the card below the stars. Perfect for couples who have just been wed, a white frame adorns the top of the card for your digital photograph, (suggested to be printed in black and white to coordinate with this dark card design). “Happy NEW YEAR” is pre-printed below the photo in white ink in two different fonts. Add your names and marriage date below it to complete the look. Not getting married? No problem! Put a photo of your family, kids, pets or friends and make it yours. You may even want to send these fun greeting cards after the New Year festivities die-down so that your picture can be a capture of New Years itself.
This fun New Years greeting card is also available with a colored (or black) envelope liner, a layered backing as well as matching round stickers to truly create a coordinating ensemble. The round stickers mirror the actual New Years greeting card with a black background of stars over the city and a New Years Greeting in the center. Use them as a return address label, envelope seal or favor tag if you’re hosting a party.