Christmas Cards from The Retro Christmas Card Company

Retro Christmas Card Company - Mid-Century ModernChristmas is coming up fast, and it’s probably a good idea for you to get your annual Christmas cards together. (If you’re waiting for Thanksgiving, don’t forget it comes late this year, making the official Christmas season somewhat shorter….)

I recently found a company that offers some Christmas card designs that definitely resonate with the spirit of FaLaLaLaLa.

Retro Christmas Cards Company - Dig That Crazy Santa ClausThe Retro Christmas Card Company offers plenty of swanky designs for those of you who celebrate the holidays with the spirit of the old days–Frank and Bing, aluminum trees, all the trimmings. They have several themes to choose from, including Retro Snapshots, Mid-Century Modern, Retro Kids, and Tropical Christmas (for those of you who yearn to get out of the ice and snow…). Through their Zazzle store you can even get matching stamps, address labels and envelopes.

If you want more customization for your Christmas cards, take a look at their personalized cards, party invitations and photo cards (links at the bottom of their home page).

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Currently they’re offering free shipping on orders over $50 (though not on Zazzle orders) if you use code FSHIP at checkout.

You can also follow The Retro Christmas Card Company on Pinterest or Facebook. And their blog is pretty swank-a-rific, too.

So grab that list of friends and relatives and send out some really swell retro Christmas cards. And tell them The King of Jingaling sent you.

The King of Jingaling

“An Old Christmas Card” by Jim Reeves:

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One thought on “Christmas Cards from The Retro Christmas Card Company

  1. It’s so great to find a kindred spirit out here in the internet wilderness. A love of Christmas Music has inspired many of our cards. We listen to it all year long to get the inspiration for each years “new” designs. Soon we will set up the aluminum tree, plug in the color wheel, put Bing Crosby on the on the hi-fi, and enjoy reliving the magic of a vintage holiday season. We wish you the brightest and best.
    Cheers! From The RetroChristmasCardCompany

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