And the next best thing to making them yourself... a short browse on esty.com yields almost too many great handmade and limited edition cards to choose from. From the irreverent to the refined, here are my picks:
I love this series from dippy lulu that plays off the famous "KEEP CALM AND CARRY ON" British wartime poster circa 1939.
I wish I had time to sit by the fire and knit up some cards like these from Vermont-based Alderwood.
The imperfections make this silk-screened card from Port Hope Press special, plus it's a little silly. A bonus: the paper is certified by the Forest Stewardship Council.
The letterpress technique makes the simple nondenominational sentiment stand out this card by Kirtland House Press. You can feel good that the paper is 100% recycled cotton and the ink is soy-based.Yee Haw out of Tennessee. Such attitude!
Fugu Fugu Press has many sweet yet modern designs all on recycled paper using soy-based ink.
tinaseamonster is, in her words, "perfect for your post-goth lifestyle". I'm all over it! Live for today!