So many stationery sites, so hard to choose.
What distinguishes one from another is a variety of design templates, print and paper quality, and ease of use.
Minted.com is a stylish site that offers a wide range of personalizable gifts.
The time-saving feature that impresses me most about the card design is called, Find It Fast.
Upload the photo you want to use in your card and this feature will automatically put your picture into the templates as you scroll through the options so you can really see what it will look like if printed.
If you're running a bit behind on sending out this year's holiday cards try paperculture.com.
Besides its original designs, you can choose to print your return address and recipient's address for free.
An additional 30 cents gets all that plus the service will mail the cards directly to your friends.
And one final tip, always search around for discount codes.
There's almost always a way to fineagle free shipping, a user discount, or at the very least.
At 10% off.
In San Francisco, I'm [INAUDIBLE], CNet.com for CBS News.
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