We were delighted this week to come home twice to these beautiful holiday cards sitting at our doorstep. They’re actually not from the same company, but we thought we’d share them together in case any of y’all are still looking for fluff-themed cards to send out to friends and family!
This first set is by Foster Dogs NYC, an organization dedicated to helping dogs find their forever homes.
“Foster Dogs NYC helps animal rescuers find temporary homes for their available dogs, while providing potential foster owners with the knowledge and resources to begin their foster experience. Foster Dogs, Inc. is a nonprofit corporation dedicated to finding permanent homes and foster homes for rescue dogs. It facilitates educational and charitable animal rescue efforts. Through expert advice, quality marketing, and professional nofee services, Foster Dogs, Inc. connects willing rescuers, adopters, and fosterers with animals in need. Foster Dogs, Inc. creates a comfortable, welcoming environment for the rescue process through open communication and support.”
This year, they’ve created these beautiful greeting cards specially illustrated to raise proceeds for their nonprofit organization. Illustrated exclusively for Foster Dogs NYC by Ashanti Shih, these cards not only deliver smiles to those who receive them, but do so much good for the many dogs in need! What better way to spread holiday cheer?
Pick up your set of 3, 6, or 12 cards at their website!
The second set is from a team that we absolutely ADORE. We’ve watched the Lucy & Co. team grow from curators of absolute cuteness on the @dogsofinstagram account, to this amazing duo (+ Lucy!) that has found the perfect combination of good design and a love for dogs. We had the absolute pleasure of meeting the team earlier this year at Purina’s Better With Pets Summit in NYC, and they are just amazing!
What we love best is the adorable Kokoro-esque pup that stars on this card! AND the card is printed by Printerette Press, a local letterpress company in Minneapolis. We’ve seen our own letterpress company here in St. Louis work their magic, and I have to say, there is a sort of magic about these pieces of art. Not one single print is exactly the same because of its handmade nature, and the work that goes behind each piece just makes the cards even more special! Get your hands on a set of these cards at Lucy & Co.’s website here.
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