The Kardashians 'file trademark for Kardashian Kards to sell greeting cards, calendars and photo albums'

THE Kardashians "filed trademark for Kardashian Kards to sell greeting cards, calendars and photo albums."

The reality TV family may have closed a chapter by ending their long-time running show, Keeping Up With The Kardashians, but they have plenty of other business ideas to keep them afloat.

According to court documents obtained by TMZ, Kim, Kourtney, Khloe, and Kris filed for trademark to secure the name for their potential new business, Kardashian Kards.

The Kardashian ladies are looking to start a business where they sell greeting cards, calendars, decals, photo albums, and postcards.

They could potentially also include scrapbooks, stationaries, notebooks, stickers, bookmarks, and gift wrap in their business endeavors.

Fans will know that each Kardashian sister has her own business.


Kim founded the beauty brand, KKW, and the loungewear and lingerie brand, SKIMS.

Kourtney has been working on her Poosh lifestyle brand for years and Khloe recently introduced shoes to her denim line, Good American.

Additionally, Kylie Jenner is the founder of Kylie Cosmetics, famous for their lip kits, and Kendall, who is a model, recently launched her own Tequila brand.



This all comes as the last season of Keeping Up With The Kardashians is set to premiere this month, where fans will get a glimpse of Kim's divorce proceedings from Kanye West, Khloe trying to have another child with Tristan, and Kourtney getting proposed to by Scott Disick.

Following the end of their contract for new episodes with E!, the Kardashians have signed a whopping deal with Hulu where they will produce and create content specifically for the digital platform.

Kris, Kim, Kourtney, Khloe, Kendall and Kylie will create global content, which will stream exclusively on Hulu in the US and in multiple territories on Star internationally.



The content is expected to debut in late 2021 and additional details will be shared when available.

The deal was announced at today's Disney’s Investor Day, which this year is being live-streamed online.

The Sun exclusively reported that one of the topics of the new Hulu show will be Kim's divorce from Kanye with an insider revealing: "It won't be straight up scripted reality like the E! show – it'll be more about their businesses, for instance Kim's legal training and campaigning and Kylie's make-up line, but will also follow their personal lives.

"They're already working on content and Kris is telling everyone it'll be the 'next level' of TV.

"Of course Kim's divorce will play out on camera, she knows that people will be watching for any drama and it would be weird if she didn't mention the split at all," they added.

"Fans want to hear direct from Kim about her life, and she knows that's why people will be tuning in.

"On KUWTK, Kanye had a say about what Kim could and couldn't say about their lives, but with this new contract, she's free to do exactly what she wants."

Kris has also been on a trademark rampage as she filed to trademark Kris Jenner Skin and Kris Jenner Skin Care back in February.

The brands could potentially include "cosmetics, skin-care, nail-care products, false eyelashes, hair-care products, and fragrances to name a few" prospective offerings, according to E! News.

She also filed to trademark her iconic quote, "You're doing great, sweetie," back in August 2020.

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