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20 Holiday Cards That Get Our Stamp of Approval
Snail-mail some cheer this holiday with these festive (and fridge-worthy) holiday cards. By Kim Forrest
Comments () | Published December 14, 2011

In the age of texts, tweets, Facebook messages, e-mails, and all those other forms of virtual communication, receiving a printed holiday card through the good old-fashioned US Postal Service feels even more special. We combed through the wares of our favorite stationery companies and selected the best of the bunch. Some are cheeky, others heartfelt, but they’re all guaranteed to earn a prime spot on the mantel or fridge.

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  • Holiday cards are a way to keep connections strong as well as bring happiness and warmth. The holidays present opportunities to express sentiments that you may otherwise overlook in day-to-day contact.

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