Personalized Cards and/or Envelopes - Order by the Piece
To order imprinted items, enter the total number of cards (not packages) you want to order in the box below. It does not have to be a multiple of the package quantity, but it does have to be at least 20.
If you do want to calculate a package multiple, adjust the package quantity below and the card quantity will calculate the correct multiple, as long as it meets the minimum quantity for imprinting.
Please select Imprinted Cards, Envelopes, or Both under “Select Imprint option” below before clicking “Personalize and Add to Cart”
$8.00 setup fee applies once per design to card and once to envelopes, if imprinted.
The price calculated below includes cards, envelopes, and imprinting fees.
You do not need to add the stock card packages to your cart with an imprint unless you also want to order blank cards.
When you imprint either Cards, envelopes, or both, they will appear as separate items in your cart.
Please check your preview and proof carefully. If you find a mistake after clicking “Approve” in the Online Designer, you will not be able to go back and make changes. You will have to delete the item from your cart and start over.
If you do not want any imprinting on either cards or envelopes, go back up to enter your desired package quantity, then click Add to Cart.
Select Imprinting option:
20 piece minimum on both.
cards and envelopes
Size (in inches):
4.375 x 5.9375 (A-6)
Rejoice! Unto us is born a Savior, who is Christ the Lord
Mosaic of the Birth of Christ from the Monastery chapel of the Benedictine Sisters, Clyde, Missouri. The Beuronese school of art, developed at the Abbey of Beuron in Germany during the later part of the nineteenth century, sought a more dignified alternative to the romantic emotionalism that dominated religious art of the day. Incorporating such diverse influences as the hieratic otherworldliness of Orthodox iconography and the geometric precision of ancient Egyptian mural paintings, the Beuronese style imparted a renewed sense of transcendence to church art, making it a medium by which the observer might contemplate holy truths without distractions from the medium itself. It was not art for its own sake, but art for a higher purpose.
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Mosaic of the Birth of Christ Monastery chapel of the Benedictine Sisters, Clyde, Missouri