Monday, November 1, 2010

Shutterfly Holiday Photo Card Promotion

Okay, seriously? It's 55 days until Christmas? Where did the time go?

Every year I take a picture of all the tadpoles in front of the tree in their Christmas jammies, place it in a predesigned photo card and voila, easy peasy personalized Christmas card! I personally feel that a photo card is nicer than buying a box of folded cards from the store. Though I've not used them before, this year I plan to use Shutterfly to make my Christmas cards.

Perusing the Shutterfly site, I was quite impressed with all the options for cards for this holiday season. There are Thanksgiving cards, Hanukkah cards, religious Christmas cards, and non-religious Christmas cards. There are different styles of cards too. You can choose from flat stationary cards, folded greeting cards, and flat photo cards! There are so many different options, making a choice is wicked hard!

Here are just a few of the cards I liked after a quick look through the site.

This one enables you to write a little blurb letting folks know what's been going on in your family the past year, as well as sending a greeting from your family:


this is a religious card, reminding all the reason for the season:


of course, if I want to perpetuate the penguin love K has, they have cards for that too:




If you're anal retentive like me and require everything to match (cards, address labels, etc.), not a problem. Check out the Christmas address labels they have. Dude, I even found one to match the penguin card:


I'm going to have such a hard time deciding. Good thing I won't take the picture until after Thanksgiving, huh? :)

Right now, Shutterfly is offering 20% off all holiday cards. Click here to access the promotion.

If you're a blogger and would like a chance to receive 50 free holiday cards, go here to enter. Please choose The Mom Blogs as your referral source.

Disclaimer: By posting, I will receive 50 free holiday cards. No other compensation was received. All opinions are my own and are honest and true.


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