It’s nearly Halloween which means it’s time to orchestrate the MOST PERFECT CHRISTMAS CARD PHOTO EVER SO HELP ME GOD! Or, at least that’s what I used to sweat over when my girls were babies. I’ve gotten much more laid back about the entire process. Now I just have to catch my girls sweetly smiling and not making gangsta hand gestures or peace signs or giving each other rabbit ears.
It’s fun to look back at the cards I’ve sent through the years. One of my favorite photo cards pre-kids is one of hubby and I with our dog Bailey (the first baby) and Santa and Mrs. Claus. Sadly, I am wearing a very unfortunate Christmas cardigan that is now probably featured on a bad holiday sweater blog.
I have used Shutterfly for cards and digital prints for several years. They have one of the best selections of holiday cards around (I also love their photo books). There are so many amazing designs this year, in fact, it’s tough to pinpoint my favorites. I’m a sucker for Christmas cards that highlight amazing photography and I love black and white photos.
Here are a few of my favorites from Shutterfly’s 2010 Christmas photo cards collection:
I love the color combination of green and black and the monogram detail which is very Southern. This type design is perfect if, like me, you’re indecisive as heck and you have several photos you want to showcase.
This card is a bit more traditional and I love how it looks with a gorgeous black and white photo.
I’m loving this card and how it showcases this sweet baby picture! Swoon!
What type of holiday card do you like to send?
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