Yuletide Yeti

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Always looking for the Yeti. The Abominable Snowman. Here he is... the Yuletide Yeti. Ready for winter, the holidays, or just to hug your favorite photo. Mysterious, warm, and cuddly.

Yuletide Yeti is printed on a letterpress in winter blue ink on Stardream-quartz color paper to create a little shimmer with a touch of sparkly snow. He's die cut and his paws are ready to hold a photo, money, or tickets to your favorite show.
Card - Stardream Paper; Envelope - 100% Recycled French Paper
Blackbird Letterpress
Greeting Card Design Challenge
Price is for a boxed set of 4 cards. Dimensions are 3.75" x 8.75", and each card will require a $0.44 stamp.

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November 21, 2011 05:19:30 PM


Cassie, UncommonGoods Community Moderator

November 21, 2011 05:28:09 PM

We know that not everyone loves getting mushy holiday cards with images of jolly fat men, that's why we love this Yuletide Yeti! He may be abominable, but he's still full of cheer (he also holds cash or photos in his mitten-clad hands). Do you give this design a big, furry thumbs up?

Mary Margaret
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November 21, 2011 06:06:19 PM

I LOVE THIS!!! I like finding unusual cards to give my college age son. He likes getting cash of course and this makes it funny and something to make him think I still am a bit quirky too....=)

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November 21, 2011 11:28:48 PM

These are a bit more expensive than I can afford but they would be unique for cash or gift cards for my adult grandchildren.

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November 22, 2011 11:45:58 AM

It's okay, but it's really kind of trying way too hard.

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November 22, 2011 11:54:16 AM

silly and fun! but what is the string for?

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November 22, 2011 01:12:55 PM

This one is something I haven't seen anywhere else, all the others seem like something I could go and buy at a card store.

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November 22, 2011 02:48:39 PM

A lot of these are really cute but too expensive when you have a long list of people you like to send wishes to at Christmas time.

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November 22, 2011 08:42:39 PM

If I buy these, it's going to cost $176 plus stamps to send my Christmas cards. That's enough to buy THREE Christmases worth of deluxe customized cards with return address-stamped envelopes. Which is a better value for something that gets thrown away?

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November 22, 2011 09:15:31 PM

Nopt very cheery for Christmas

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November 23, 2011 08:20:02 AM

interesting new idea although the price is making me hesitate. But that's an expensive die cut and a lot of fun. Good idea

Cassie, UncommonGoods Community Moderator

November 23, 2011 11:23:22 AM

Thanks for all of the great feedback on this creative card! To answer a few questions, the string is not included. The price is for a set of four cards, and takes into consideration that each card is hand-printed on high-quality, shimmery paper and die cut. Would you let the Yuletide Yeti hold your cash, photo, or a special holiday message?

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November 23, 2011 03:53:46 PM

I love this card. Refreshingly different from the usual holiday fare. Being a little bit familiar with letterpress, the price is on point for the quality and the work involved in printing this card. It's like like sending someone not just a card, but a little individual piece of artwork.

thanks for commenting