I honestly cannot believe that it is that time of year again.
You know the time I’m talking about.
Time for Thansgiving turkey with family, time for Black Friday shopping for deals, time for decking the halls of your home with red, green, and everything Christmas. Time for Christmas cards to spread your wishes this holiday season.
This year, just like every year we’ve been married, I’ll use Shutterfly to create something magical with a family picture and a holiday layout of my choosing to make the perfect Christmas card. Shutterfly, as I’ve wrote before, is my one-stop-shop when it comes to anything centered around photos, from photo books, to cards or stationary, to any kind of gift I can give the grandparents with my kid’s faces plastered on them.
Last year our Christmas cards looked like this:
& I even sent out cute thank-you cards after the holidays were over that looked like this:
Who wouldn’t want to get something like that in the mail?! I loved last year’s Christmas cards because they were printed on cardstock and were designed by, none other, than Erin Condren (and at the time I didn’t even know it!). You know how I love me some Erin Condren (aka where my fabulous planner came from).
I cannot wait to pick out the perfect Christmas cards again this year and add an updated family photo of us with the kids to share with all of our friends and family. I was thinking something like this:
Or maybe this:
All opinions are 100% mine, but I was compensated for writing this post with a code for 25 free holiday cards!