Press Craft Printers, our printer of choice for notecards, is a third-generation family-owned business located in our hometown of Pittsburgh. They print everything from business cards to booklets to wedding invitations. They digitally print our notecards on card stock so thick and white that our images practically jump from the page.
Calamityware is a tiny, five-person, one-dog company headquartered in Pittsburgh. We love bringing the darkly whimsical view of our founder and chief monster-maker, Don Moyer, to life. Our products are high quality, meticulously manufactured items that make wonderful gifts for you and other weird-adjacent people in your life. Our goal is to make you smile.
The graphic couldn’t be more perfect to convey the chaos we've been through. But, in a ufo/monsterly cheerful way. I’m setting one aside to frame.
Finally, a holiday card I will send to my friends who actually have a sense of humor. What could be more festive than a marauding band of Calamity creatures!
In a calamitous year, it's good to find humor in our hearts. Don't let the flow of disasters derail your holiday spirit! These are the perfect cards to remind everyone you love that we can always find something to celebrate, no matter how many giant frogs in Santa hats may hop through our yards.
Yes, I love your Things Could Be Worse cards. I'm not big into Christmas any more, and these are a nice change from the usual cards, and with your usual sly sense of humor. Hoping they tickle a few funny bones!
Love the cards! Well printed on heavy stock with clear color. Things could be worse but these cards couldn't be better.
The design on these cards is just perfect. I now have one card that fits all my friends!
I haven’t sent out christmas cards in years. But when i saw these I had to get them. Can’t wait to mail them to friends and family!
I would love to see a T-Rex in Santa's sleigh being driven by 8 pterodactyls! Also, how about Hanukkah cards?
What a better way to say it as you peruse the nooks and crannies of this card. Beware the dreaded (fill in the blank) you never knew you needed to worry about! And oh by the way.....Merry Christmas!
Only my best and favorite friends will receive one of the fantastical Christmas cards this year. I’ll have to be careful that I only send one to those that have no mutual friends, since there would be jealousy galore if one (not special, not best) friend saw my card at another’s house.