Sending season's greetings is the best way to show distant friends and family that you remember their addresses and still think email is a conspiracy to bankrupt the post office. Deliver tangible well-wishes with today's Groupon from Picaboo. Choose from the following options:
- For $25, you get $75 worth of holiday cards.
- For $40, you get $100 worth of holiday cards.
- For $50, you get $120 worth of holiday cards.
Winter revelers spread seasonal cheer to all of their loved ones with personalized holiday cards made with Picaboo's easy-to-use digital software featuring more than 200 designs. The software's customizable interface allows anyone with hands instead of hooves to tailor professional-looking cards that commemorate specific holidays, invite guests to a party, or salute friends with individually designed greetings. Card-crafters upload family photos from their computers, scribe their own well wishes, and select flat or folded formations to warn neighbors about oncoming holidays. Picaboo prints portraits on several types of cardstock, including the classic ($0.79–$2.49/card), writable stock with a semi-gloss finish, the heavier and equally-writable premium ($1.09–$2.89/card), and the gloss-less signature ($0.79–$2.49/card). Customers not looking to use words can opt for photographic paper ($0.59–$0.79/card), available with a pristine matte or glossy finish. Depending on which card stock you select, cards come with standard or heavyweight envelopes.
Picaboo's straightforward website makes it easy to emblazon cherished photographs upon the pages of a variety of customizable mementos. The program's 240 predesigned page layouts and thousands of themes allow customers to embellish images, while labeling them with quips and captions. Custom photo books chronicle milestones, vacations, and more. Their confluence of archival photo paper and professionally bound covers make them worthy of any customer's coffee table space. Customizable cards and calendars showcase a customer's chosen photographs and designs. Vibrant pictures materialize onto canvases and panels, or assemble into cheerful collage posters. The company's chipper support squad mans computers and phones seven days a week specifically to answer questions, address concerns, and exchange talking dog jokes.