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Buying your holiday cards from indie vendors means that they'll be super unique.

Come to the BUST Craftacular in New York City and find these cards and others, along with cute and crafty holiday gifts . It's happening Saturday 12/19 and Sunday 12/20 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Brooklyn Expo Center in Greenpoint. Get the full details here.

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Plus, be sure to hit up the holiday card-making demo by Felicia Ramos of Get Holiday Happy to make cards for the Children's Home of Poughkeepsie, an organization that provides services and programs to abused and neglected children. Write a message to a child and your card will be delivered to them.

This nondenominational card is perfect for the festivus for the rest of us.

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Plantable Letterpress Secular Greetings Card from Lovewild Design.

This cute pup dreams of being Rudolph.

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Red Nosed Reindeer Dog Card from Hart Paper Co.

This geometric card is perfect for design nerds.

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Happy Holidays Card from Fox Island Printworks.

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A reminder to take advantage of free alcohol at all the holiday parties you attend.

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Festive Bar Cart Holiday Greeting Card from Joanna Baker.

This snarky card pairs vintage holiday artwork and sass.

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I hope you like the gift you told me to get you card from Smitten Kitten.

 

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Madeline Raynor is a New York City-based writer. She is a Blog Editor at BUST. She has written for Splitsider, The Billfold, Death and Taxes, Mashable, Indiewire, and Time Out New York. She loves all things Tina Fey. Word to the wise: her first name is pronounced with a long “i,” like the red-haired girl from France. Follow her on Twitter @madelineraynor_.

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