To usher in the holiday cheer that is Thanksgiving,
First up--Christmas cards. (I know you can technically wait until December 23rd to think about mailing your family card but why add all the stress?)
Before I had children I used to write out a cutesy family Christmas card, fold it, and mail it to relatives. But then I had kids and the whole concept of typing a family greeting card to the tune of "You're a Mean One, Mister Grinch" baffled me.
Lucky for me--and you--Christmas cards have come a long way!
I'm a flat holiday photo card type of gal! No folding!
I've tried several photo-card companies in the past and I must admit that I think the quantity of options and quality of product from Shutterfly is pretty darn unbeatable.
This season Shutterfly is offering a lot of retro-colors and patterns. I'm totally digging the
Of course there is a selection of Christian Christmas cards, too!
When it comes down to it, I love Shutterfly. I love their selection of holiday cards, gifts (like calendars), and prices!
If you are ready to beat the holiday rush, may I suggest heading over to Shutterfly and picking out your card--TODAY (really, don't wait until the last minute. You'll hate yourself if you wait until February to send Christmas cards. I know. I've been there).
Disclaimer: I received a promo code for free photo cards for writing this post. However, my review was my honest opinion and was not in any way influenced by receiving the free photo cards.