Scentsational Greetings makes scented greeting cards: you gently rub the front of the cards to release the fragrance. Shown above: one of their vanilla-scented cards; you'll also find cards in lavender, coffee, rose, ocean breeze, lemon, Christmas tree, gingerbread and peppermint. They're in some retail stores (mostly in California at the moment) and they've also got an Etsy shop.
Dear Scentsational Greetings, please make me a holiday card that smells like i Profumi di Firenze Spezie dè Medici.
I would love for my Christmas cards to smell like gingerbread.
More card companies should make scented greeting cards, they'd be more pleasant than the singing ones.
My friend was smelling my perfumes and he said that they smelled like Christmas trees, and a few of my other friends have also told me my perfumes smell very Christmas-y.
So I guess I could just spray all my Christmas cards with one of my perfumes.
True enough — I suppose I could scent my own cards!
I'd much prefer scented Christmas cards too! I'd love a spiced orange & clove scent.
I don't want to smell it…I want to eat it! That cupcake looks scrumptiously delish!
Oh, and good luck on that order, babe. These scents sound rather pedestrian to me, but that's just my opinion.
She definitely needs to expand her scent range