Lauren Conrad's All-Time-Fave Holiday Cards

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    From her laid-back, effortless style to a fresh, ahead-of-the-trend beauty aesthetic, Lauren Conrad is a girl after our own heart. So, each week, the born-and-bred California girl and editor-in-chief of will share with us her insider secrets and personal musings. Plus, check out her visually stunning guest pinning here! Next up, Lauren shares a festive and easy holiday DIY.

    Emails and paperless invitations are my go-to greetings most months of the year. But, when it comes to the holiday season, I know that nothing compares to the feeling of opening a handwritten message from a loved one. Sending a holiday card in the mail is one of my favorite ways to spread the holiday cheer. And, every December, I look forward to finding the perfect card for every person on my list. Also, if you are looking for an inexpensive item to hand out to your whole office, sorority, or book club, a heartfelt message on a beautiful card goes a long way.

    I have been seeing adorable holiday cards everywhere I look lately, so I thought it would be fun to share a few of my favorites. From vintage-inspired designs to luxurious letterpress, there are so many options to choose from. Click through the slideshow and then let me know which one you like best.

    Will you be sending out holiday cards the old fashioned way? Share your thoughts in the comments!

    XO Lauren

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