Thursday, October 6, 2016

THE ART OF GREETING CARDS


The task of giving a greeting card is something that I take very seriously. Sometimes a card accompanies a gift and other times, the card is the gift and addresses the occasion on its own. Whatever the case may be, the card is usually always the first thing the recipient opens and why it is so important to give the right one.

The Papyrus store at my local mall and Target's dedicated Papyrus section is where I always go for my greeting card needs. I love the brand for their premium, hand-crafted works of art and their products are made with the highest quality and attention to detail. I love them because they often feature a special detail like a rhinestone or glittered embellishment, making them little pieces of art that I love to share with my loved ones.

As a nod to Fashion Week, Papyrus has launched a collaboration that's the first of its kind with top fashion designer Zang Toi. Zang Toi is known for his unique style of drama and edginess and the collection ties the connection between art and the fashion world beautifully. The greeting cards feature one of a kind outfits with high-end finishes, elaborate treatments and intricate details. I was especially drawn to them because as someone who loves fashion, I find it difficult to give actual clothing. This collection is fun because I'm able to choose a card/outfit that fits the recipient's style without having to worry about if it's the correct size, fit, etc.

My mom's birthday recently passed and I gave her this card featuring a pink dress with flowers and pink glittered heels. I know that it will stand out amongst all the other cards that I've given her over the years because of its uniqueness and pretty little details. Selecting the right card that speaks to the recipient's personality and style helps to create a more genuine connection and is more meaningful and long-lasting.

Disclosure: This post was sponsored by Papyrus. All opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting the brands that help make my blog possible.

1 comment:

  1. Great post! I'm loving these greeting cards :)

    xo, Heather
    www.lovedadablog.com

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