Friday, November 23, 2012

{Shutterfly} Christmas card time!

our 2011 Christmas card

turkey leftovers are in the fridge, poinsettias are in bloom, and i just heard Jingle Bells on the know what that means? it's Christmas card time! 

i look forward to sending Christmas cards to our family and friends every December. this year is no exception. in fact, this year i need an extra special card, one that serves double-duty, one that says "Merry Christmas" and "we have a new address."

obviously i'm going to for my customized Christmas/new address cards.

Shutterfly makes designing and personalizing Christmas cards with photos easy and fun. i like to pour a cup of coffee, turn on some Christmas music, and take my time with the process.

if you're new to, there are tutorial videos on the website for How to make a Shutterfly Holiday Card. i can break it down for you in 4 simple steps: 

1) sign up for a {free} Shutterfly account so you can take advantage of their photo storage, photo sharing options, and frequent Special Offers, like free prints or free shipping.

2) follow the simple instructions on Shutterfly to upload the photos that you want on your Christmas card. depending on the design, your card can have one photo or up to 6!

3) choose one of the hundreds of beautiful designs of Christmas Cards, and follow the steps to personalize it. add your family members names, the year, even a personal note. your card can be folded, flat, one-sided or two! there are many unique designs in the Shutterfly 2012 Christmas Card collection.

4) save your design and add it to your Shopping Cart. you can even choose to let Shutterfly address your envelopes for you! click, click, click, and you're done. Shutterfly's signature orange envelope will arrive in your mailbox soon with your beautiful personalized photo Christmas cards.

here are some of my favorite Shutterfly Christmas card designs this year:
i like the simplicity of this card, and the fun fonts:
Scribbly Greetings

i like the layout and colors of this Christmas card:
Bright and Cheery

and i like the uniqueness of the monogrammed banner on this card:
Monogram Banner

aren't they beautiful? and isn't it so much fun!? 
i recommend Shutterfly for personalized photo Christmas cards.

do you love sending Christmas cards, too? 'tis the season!

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