Christmas Card Preparation Flow Chart

It’s that time of year when we start looking forward to the end of the working year, changes in the seasons, and celebrations over the New year. And yes, Christmas is just around the corner. So we’ve been thinking about cards, gifts, and red/green colour combinations for some time now.

Just as we under-estimate the time it takes to drive to Grandma’s house, we often find ourselves frantically trying to meet a print deadline, so that cards are posted before the postal service shuts down.

The somewhat complex process of designing and printing a company’s Christmas card is presented below. From the Design phase to the Print process and everything in between, we hope this helps you put some dates in the diary.

Christmas Card Preparation Flow Chart We

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