NEW Halloween Photo Cards
That spooky time of year is creeping up on us again! My co-worker and I were just saying how we couldn’t believe it was August 21st already, this morning. My how 2012 has flown by – pretty soon it will be time to start looking for Christmas gifts and order holiday greeting cards!
Speaking of holiday greeting cards, how long has it been since you’ve reached out to a family member, friend or neighbor to keep in touch and update them with family news? For some it may be a few months and for others it may even be since last Christmas season! At Invitationbox.com, we feel like any holiday can be a great reason to send out a holiday greeting to family and friends – it’s a great way to stay friendly, spirited and fun AND keep in touch with those you care about the most!
Our newest Halloween photo cards are by Noteworthy Collections, to which we are adding six new designs to our collection this year, just in time for the Halloween season. Three of those designs, like the one to our left, feature four of your favorite family photographs, which is great for showcasing photos of the kids during the fall season, or throughout the year thus far. Switch it up with a black background and a jack-o-lantern, an orange background with a black bat or a lime green background with a white funny ghost.
Other designs feature dark modern backgrounds with colorful eye-catching letters greeting your guests with “candy corn kisses”, and one large photograph at the bottom, which are available in black or charcoal. We also have a patterned greeting card which features some non-traditional Halloween bats with gingham and polka dot patterns.
Remember that some of our old holiday photo greeting cards are goodies and are super spooky, fun and Halloween-chic with traditional and modern Halloween themes with witches, spiders, bats, skeletons, pumpkins, candy, stars and polka dots. Check out some of our newest designs below and spread the love during the Halloween season – a little love, a little spook and a fall season filled with treats, not tricks!