Christmas Cards with Bells by CardsDirect.com
Personalized Christmas Cards with Bells by CardsDirect.com
Sending Christmas Cards with bells from CardsDirect can help you to bring the beautiful sounds of the season to friends and family through the thoughtful ringing of your most heartfelt holiday greetings. Your Christmas Cards with Bells are certain to shine as a beautiful prelude to a glorious Christmas Chorus.
Ring in the warmth and joy of the holiday season with holiday cards adorned in silver and gold with ribbons and bows, surrounded by stars or snowflakes or leaves of holly and pine. The glistening bells of the Christmas season help to remind us all of the festive sights and sounds of this wonderful time of the year. Remembering to send Season’s Greetings Cards or Holiday Greeting Cards from CardsDirect decorated in the glorious images of Christmas bells is a fabulous way to add that touch of traditional magic to your holiday greeting.
What our customers are saying...
Lovely holiday card
I purchased these cards to send out to clients for my small business. They are good quality and arrived very quickly. I will use cards direct again!
Pretty Good overall
There are so many products out there on the web and so much hype for each one that it's difficult to make a purchasing decision that you can have confidence in. Cards Direct was a good choice for me.
My card order was simple. There were enough possibilities in fonts and message placement to allow for creativity and control over the finished product. Uploading my photo was easy. The price was very competitive. The finished product was better than I expected. The preview was totally accurate for "seeing" the finished product (I calibrate my monitor regularly, and I believe that helps). Delivery was fast! Quality of materials used (papers) was very good! I am a former printer and therefore I'm pretty picky about my printed materials.
I will use Cards Direct again for my custom card purchases assuming they don't suddenly jack up the prices or make other changes. I'd say that's pretty good in a world where people have grown used to online shopping disappointment.