I don’t know about you, but when it comes to Holiday Cards I am always behind. For the last two years, my Christmas cards turned into New Years cards and then Happy Valentine’s Day cards! Finding the right picture that both the teen and the tween agree on is nothing short of miraculous. Layer that drama on top of all of the stationary options and my head starts to spin! Check out these quick and easy favorites who are making the process friendlier than ever. For the eco-conscious, Paperless Post (paperlesspost.com) is our go to choice for great design in the world of e-cards. They partner with fashion and lifestyle trendsetters like Kelly Wearstler, Kate Spade and Indigo Bunting to create colorful and playful holiday cards year after year. Their curated collection never disappoints. New this season is their physical paper line so if you have been yearning to glide your fingers across one of their Oscar de la Renta classics now’s your chance. Since our store opening in Santa Monica, we are discovering some of the things that Angelinos have long taken for granted. Sugar Paper (sugarpaper.com), the social stationer for LA’s stylish set, is one of those special things. Graphic designers Chelsea Shukov and Jamie Grobecker, the women behind this letterpress studio take this traditional form of printing seriously. They create the most exquisite designs on the most delicious papers. These two pink Holiday cards totally caught my eye! My favorite thing about the e-card site PaperCulture (paperculture.com) is that they keep your mailing list in a database for you and mail the cards out too!! Once you have input all of your addresses you never have to do it again. Just add to it as you make new friends. All you have to do is choose your design, write your message and approve the proof via email. You can even craft a personal message to each card recipient. This way Great Aunt Rose receives all the holiday love she deserves. Paperculture has no shortage of chic designs and after you place your order they plant a tree in honor of someone you love. How cool is that! I hope these suggestions give you some inspiration and help you get all of your Holiday ducks in a row. This year keep your eyes peeled for my Christmas card. I’m getting started tomorrow!