Monday, October 22, 2012
I can't believe the holiday season is already here! Even though we've barely had time to decide on our Halloween costumes, the stores are already filling up with holiday decorations and the airwaves are started to show holiday shopping ads. I supposed it serves as a good reminder for us to start digging out those family photos and start planning our holiday photo cards! This year we're checking out Holiday Cards from Shutterfly. They have so many designs, from modern to traditional, whimsical to elegant, representing a variety of cultural traditions, you're sure to find a card that captures the spirit and unique character of your family. Here are three of my favorite designs:
This one is very traditional, but still very eye-catching. The vivid colors really capture the spirit of the season!
I love photo cards that bleed right to the edge of the card. That way, your family photo is front and center, with nothing to distract from your beautiful faces! The greeting is superimposed on top of the photo for a nice modern touch.
It took me a while to decide on which photo to use -- but if you can't decide, no worry! Shutterfly has layouts with multilple photos, so you can include all your best shots!
What's more, you can customize the layout of every single panel of your holiday card -- the cover, the inside and the back. You can add text, photos or both! I love this feature because it means I can include our annual newsletter on the card without having to print it all out on a separate sheet of paper (plus, I get to show off more family photos).
There are so many cool designs, it's difficult to choose! Fortunately, you can order single cards, or cards in multiples of 5 (and the price per card goes down when you buy larger quantities), so you can order a variety of designs. Speaking of prices, you can lower your order cost even more when you take advantage of Shutterfly's special offers -- check out their special offers page at http://www.shutterfly.com/special-offers to see what kinds of deals they have going. Order your holiday cards from Shutterfly ASAP -- that's one less thing you have to worry about for the holidays!
Disclosure: This is a compensated post. The views and opinions expressed here are my own.