holiday cards from hello! lucky

by Kate Pruitt

It feels as though time goes into hyperdrive come fall. Halloween is right around the corner; before you know it, we’ll be deep in the holiday season! If you’re looking to get a jump-start on your holiday spirit, or if you’re great at planning ahead, you should check out the new collection of holiday cards from Hello! Lucky. This collection is a collaboration between Sabrina and Eunice Moyle, the ladies behind Hello! Lucky, and several other designers. My favorite is the “Four Seasons” card above, but all the designs have a bright, friendly charm to them—exactly the sentiment I’d like to send out for the holidays. Honestly, I’d be so proud of myself if my friends and family received any of these adorable cards. Eventually, I will master correspondence etiquette . . . this feels like the year! :) — Kate

{Card designers, from top: Debbie Powell, Jacqui Lee, Tom Frost, Debbie Powell (again), and Karin Soderquist. All photography is by Edyta Szyszlo. }


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