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Why All of Your Holiday Gift Cards Should Come from Paper Source

The holidays are fast approaching and most people will be sending out cards to loved ones that express feelings of thanks and love. One of my favorite ways to show my love and appreciation for my family is through humorous cards, and Paper Source has some of the best humorous cards for almost all occasions. This time of year, I have a few reasons to need cards: the holidays, my oldest sisters birthday and my boyfriend’s college graduation. From my sister’s Jon Snow themed “Snow Way” birthday card to a “Barackin’ around the Christmas Tree” holiday card, I am getting hyped for December! Here are some of my personal favorite holiday cards from Paper Source’s current selection:

1. Puns are always a great way to get family members chuckling:2. As one of five daughters, I resonate with the card and will definitely get it for one of my sisters:3. For the cat lover in your life:4. For the unfortunate souls that also have birthdays on or around Christmas. If it were me, I would still like two presents; one for each day:5. For the more crude jokesters in your family; definitely not for Mom and Dad:6. For the yogi in your life who is now “Om” for the holidays:7. Who doesn’t love Latkes? Potatoes in pancake form. Yes please!:8. Again, I live for puns and play-on-words on holiday cards:9. I mean, Grandma’s not wrong:10. Mew year, mew me!:11. I can get behind that trend, and so can probably any guy in your family:

Nothing takes the edge off of seeing family like some humor. Paper Source also has other great holiday gift ideas, like planners, calendars, craft sets and equally as creative stationeries. 

[Photos courtesy of Paper Source and Mosaic District]

A junior at UNC Wilmington double majoring in English-Professional Writing and Communication Studies, Casey aspires to work in the field of journalism post-grad. Not only is she Co-Campus Correspondent, but she is also the Editor in Chief of her school's paper, is a writing tutor and has an obsession with early twentieth century American literature.
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