Our Customers' Brands
Graphics3’s astonishing pop-ups win attention and memories like no other cards, beating digital fatigue, placing the focus to your message and placing your message on display! No assembly – just the magic of great design. No extra postage.
Our whimsically unique rubber band-activated Pop-Up Christmas cards magically transform in recipient's hands when removed from the envelope to become charming hand made paper miniatures – holiday gifts for the table – Christmas ornaments for the tree. Unlike conventional pop-ups there's no cover to unfold from!
Your company name and logo can be imprinted on each matching gift tag attached - or just personalize by signing the tags. All mail for a single 1st Class stamp.
More than a card; a gift, an ornament, a conversation piece - with you to thank!
Limited edition, personalized 3d pop-up greeting cards and calendars direct from Graphics3, America's original pop-up greeting card company and a family business for over 46 years. Sold only to you, not in stores, so that the fanfare is yours.
Our Customers Say it Best...
I want you to know how very pleased we were with the polygon calendars you did for us. They are a delight.
Thanks for doing such a good job on the calendars – I get a lot of compliments and response from them.
These have been such a sensational success with our customers that I do not ever wish to miss your latest creation. The run of the mill Christmas card is tossed out quickly and may not even been seen by the executive to whom it was addressed. Your cards are retained either on the secretary’s desk… Read more “A Sensational Success with Customers”
During our 27 years of being in business, about 20 of those years have belonged to your Christmas Pop-up cards. In fact, one of our customers that have been receiving the pop-up card keeps them up all year long! Our/your card is THE only card that remains all year long for all to see. Many… Read more “A Unique Card and Product That Lasts Forever”
I just wanted to write you to say what beautiful creations they were…