Who has their kids' Christmas pictures done, and is ready to take advantage of lots of free holiday card deals, and will remember to buy stamps so they can be in the mail on time? THIS GIRL!
_Do you send out Christmas cards? Do you go with photo cards? Traditional folded cards? Write a personal message or just quickly sign your family name?
I love holiday cards. I always have. I'd plan my list, carefully choose the design, address and sign each one—all with (jingle) bells on!
Buuut, over the past few years, it has become more of a chore and more of an expense. Last year I had them all done, and even remembered to buy extra stamps...then realized that I had forgotten to tuck a photo in. So each was (ripped) gingerly tugged open then resealed with a Christmas sticker. Grrrr.
So this year I have vowed to simplify. You can’t forget to include a picture when it’s part of the card, right?! Since all the cute photos of my boys are already loaded in my Shutterfly account, I’m heading there. Choose a photo, choose a design, done. Wait, what? Yeah. Easy peasy.
I think this is my favorite. And how convenient that I have two boys and there are two photo spots… Although this is super cute. It’s hard to choose, but if choosing between cute and cuter is my hardest task, I think I’ll be ok! Which is your favorite? http://www.shutterfly.com/cards-stationery
And since I already have a package being sent to me, why not include a photo calendar for each set of grandparents? My To-do List is getting shorter by the moment… :) Shutterfly- 1, Envelope glue- 0. Happy Holidays!
Bonus! Bloggers get 50 free holiday cards from Shutterfly… sign up: http://bit.ly/sfly2010
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