Ring in the New Year with Paperless Post + Giveaway (ARV $90)
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Ring in the New Year with Paperless Post + Giveaway (ARV $90)

While the beginning of a new year often motivates us to try something new, it is also the perfect time to reconnect with some old friends. And you can do so by simply sending over a "Happy New Year" card. But not all cards are created equal. If you are looking to make your greetings unique and impressive, you should check out Paperless Post, which hosts a decent selection of stationery with stylish, artistic designs.

Paperless Post gives you the option to go paperless by sending an e-card or to snail mail the good old paper card. Just be sure to choose the version you prefer (online or paper) before you place an order. You can also customize a card from front to back to your heart's content! Add a personal touch to your card with pictures, text and more. Even the envelope that comes with the card can be fully personalized!

If you are throwing a big party on New Year's Eve, one of these funny or funky invitations will come in handy. Again, they can be delivered electronically or on paper.

One secret to Paperless Post's amazing collections is their collaboration with leading fashion and lifestyle designers, such as Kate Spade New York, Oscar de la Renta, Jonathan Adler, and John Derian. I'm deeply in love with the elegant floral patterns hand-painted by Anna Bond.

Paperless Post offers cards, invitations, announcements and stationery for all kinds of occasions. There's got to be one that suits you. Start browsing today and enjoy!

The Giveaway

One lucky reader of mine will win 1,000 coins to Paperless Post (ARV $90)! To enter, simply leave a comment with your favorite design from Paperless Post and how you'd spend the coins if you won. Fill out the entry form below and complete as many optional entries as you like. Good luck!

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Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. All views and opinions expressed are my own. icefairy's Treasure Chest is not responsible for prize fulfillment.

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