You're no cookie-cutter mom, so generic holiday greetings simply won't do. You want your cards to reflect your sense of style and your family's personality. Here, we give you the skinny on the best styles, sites and prices from online stationers -- so you can finally cross off "order holiday cards" from your to-do list.
Minted If you're a stationery aficionado, Minted is like dying and going to greeting card heaven. We're talking deluxe premium card stock -- -- three beautiful layers of thick museum board -- the heaviest you can buy (at $3 a pop).
Site: With its couture-like brand name card collection, blogs, videos and discussion boards, the site feels almost as though you've entered an elite stationery club. The card selection process is about as close as you get to instant gratification. Pick your card, font and other preferences and -- poof -- an instant proof. No waiting. Plus, Minted now offers a minibook of cards and yearline holiday cards, which is the poshest take on the family newsletter we've seen. Plus, new this season, Minted offers a choice of nine fresh and fun card shapes, like bubble scallop and gift tag. (Hello, keepsake!)
Cost: Postcards start at $43 for 25, while photo and traditional cards start at around $1.58 each for 50 and minibooks start at a hefty $3.44 a pop for 55. Yearlines will set you back about $100 for 50.
Coolest Part: Plug in the code IVILLAGE2013 at checkout and be rewarded with 10% off all holiday card orders. (Offer can't be combined and runs from November 15 to January 1, 2014.)