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Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Have You Seen Shutterfly's New Holiday Cards?

I'm so excited that Shutterfly wanted me to share my opinion about their new Holiday cards.  I have planned to send out Christmas cards for three years now and never seem to get it done.  But this year Shutterfly has inspired me.

"As God is my witness I will get my Christmas cards done this year." 
(OK, so that's a little dramatic, but it worked for Scarlet O'hara)

I found so many great options at Shutterfly, they even had Thanksgiving cards and New Year's cards.  (I usually think I'll send New Years Cards when I miss the Christmas card thing, but I've not been successful at that either.)

"Which design do I like best?" you may ask.  That is not an easy question to answer.  They have great graphic designs and wonderful color options.  I'm a bit of a traditionalist so I leaned toward many of the red cards.  You can narrow your search by number of pictures you want on the card, style of card(flat or folded), size, price, and color.

I was supposed to pick my top three choices, but that was impossible.  So here are my top 3 favorites and six runner ups.

I love this first one because of it's simple lines, and I could fit six pictures, one for each of my kids.

More of a classic, simple Christmas theme.  It really makes your photo shine.

This one has up to 8 photo's, one for each one of my family members.  I have planned every year to do a Brady Bunch type of card.  This design would work so well.  I just need some pictures of us looking up and down (minus the 70's outfits).

This one I just liked.
Really love this one, I like the use of the monogram.

I like the floating stars and magical feel.  I mean, Christmas is magical.

This one is definitely not traditional, but I was really drawn to it.  It has a soft beachy or cottage feel.  Who doesn't love that?

I really like the silhouette of the trees in this one. 
So I just have to decide and do it this year. 
 I will do this, I will do this!!!!!
Just keeping my momentum going!!!

Which one would you choose. 
Head on over to Shutterfly and check out all their options.

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Unknown said...

My mom has ordered our holiday cards to send out through Shutterfly for as long as I can remember! We love the quality =)

Moore Minutes said...

Christmas cards are so fun especially if they have pictures. :) The third one down is my very favorite! It looks like the cover of a book lol.