I Want This – Bicycle Holiday Greeting Cards In Denver

holiday card

Support the US Postal Service by snail-mailing your loved ones a little holiday spirit in the form of this cute card.

Fantasy: Right after labor day, begin carefully crafting handmade individually personalized holiday cards for everyone I know. Perhaps even get small daughter involved to up the cuteness factor.

Reality: Realize around December 20th that New Years cards are my only hope. Decide that everyone will still love me and opt out of holiday cards altogether.

Happy medium:
Go to Idea Chic’s Krrb corner and order up a bunch of these great cards (printed on an antique letterpress is practically the same as making them myself, right?) and make everybody smile without breaking a sweat.

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  • Though the design is very simple, this holiday card can still melt the sender’s heart, especially if he/she is a cyclist. Perhaps I can give one to my friend who has a bike collection.

  • thanks for the awesome post about these cards. People are digging the bike motif’s all over and especially in Denver! See you around! 

  • Joshdilinger

    Holy sh*t kickers! Love ’em…thanks for the tip! Gotta stop being so delinquent on my holiday cards (and all cards for that matter). I’m on it!