These Gorgeous Patent Press Holiday Cards Are 15 Percent Off for Best Life Readers
Make your holiday greeting stand out with these gorgeous cards from Patent Press.
With the holidays fast approaching, there's no time like the present to make sure you've got a great gift lined up for everyone on your list. And if you're hoping to send out holiday cards this season, there's no time to waste.
However, while schlepping the whole family to a portrait studio or buying yet another standard-issue greeting card off the shelves of your local big box store may not be an appealing prospect, there's a genius solution you can start sending now.
Thanks to Patent Press, which creates gorgeous greetings with imagery from old patent applications, you've got the perfect way to make your card stand out on any mantle or fridge.
"I felt they needed to be brought to life," says Patent Press founder Bob Hickey of the unique imagery in his work.
Now through November 27th, Best Life readers can get 15 percent off these genius cards using code BESTLIFE15 at checkout. All you have left to do is buy stamps!
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