Hi, and welcome to our blog!
We believe that every moment is worth celebrating—from the big ones (like your wedding day or the birth of your child) to all those little everyday moments that don’t happen to have their own section in the card aisle.
We’re four designers and the editor from Cardstore, and we started this blog to help you celebrate life in as many creative ways as we can think of – on holidays, milestones, and any other time you feel like celebrating. You’ll find lots of super-fun (and hopefully super-useful) posts with things like tips for bringing out your most thoughtful self, crafts and DIYs for creatively celebrating special occasions, and peeks behind-the-scenes at our creative studio (oh, and the occasional freebie, of course).
Our hope is that you’ll find some new ways to spread a little happiness of your own – but at the very least, we hope you always come away with a smile.
We’re really glad you’re here, and thanks for stopping by!
When he’s not working as Cardstore’s editor, and all-around “word guy,” Mike spends his free time writing music or cooking. He likes trying new and exotic foods, video games, movies and all the other things nerds like. See all articles by Mike »
Outside of being a creative design whiz for Cardstore, Emily is an artist, animal-lover, newlywed and fitness enthusiast. Whenever homemade baked goods appear in the Cardstore studio, it’s often thanks to her. See all articles by Emily »
Our resident wedding expert, Erika is President and Creative Director of Delphine, an award-winning stationery, invitation and design company. She was named one of 10 designers to watch by Stationery Trends Magazine and winner of The Knot’s 2014 ‘Best of Weddings.’ See all articles by Erika »
Elizabeth oversees the planning and merchandising of all the cards on Cardstore. But what she loves to plan most is an awesome party! Her biggest love is for her family, complete with her hubs, 5-year-old twin boys, and their pup—all of whom love camping, swimming, biking and being super silly! See all articles by Elizabeth »