Every year, I send out Christmas cards. I absolutely love it!! I am a huge fan of snail mail, and enjoy doing my part to keep the US Postal Service in business. There is just something so heartwarming about getting an actual envelope in the mail, addressed just to you and yours.
So that’s why I was so excited when I heard about Shutterfly’s Christmas cards! They are giving away 50 free Christmas cards to bloggers who will blog about their plans for using their Shutterfly Christmas cards to send out holiday cheer.
I am no stranger to Shutterfly... In fact, I’ve used them quite frequently. I am an avid scrapbooker and cardmaker, so I am constantly needing to release my digi-prints from their tiny little memory card and have them printed in their full-color, glossy beauty. In fact, I used Shutterfly to print all 300+ of Whitney’s birth pictures (my current scrapbook project). I have always received my printed products very quickly, and they’ve consistently been of superior quality.
So now onto using Shutterfly for this 2010 jolly holiday season... I’ve spent the past half hour perusing the HUGE library of design Christmas Photo Cards... There are more than 800 options for Christmas cards, y’all! Definitely something for everyone. (Warning: Wilson Christmas Card spoiler alert ahead!) Since I plan on using some of our pictures from Egypt for our holiday card this year (think pyramids and camels), here are a few of the designs I’ve narrowed it down to:
But Christmas cards aren’t all that Shutterfly has to offer... In addition to their incredible photo print services, you can also make some great gifts for the holidays, like this awesome desk calendar!
So.... head on over to Shutterfly.com and start working on your own Holiday Cards!