Do you know who makes gorgeous Christmas cards? Shutterfly! Have you ever used them? We got our Christmas cards through them last year, as well as baby announcements, calendars, mouse pads, and photobooks. They rock!
Shutterfly photobook of Emma's newborn photos, 2011
So now begins my search for the perfect 2011 Christmas card. Again, my go to is Shutterfly. Check out some of the Christmas designs I love:
Multiple photos, single shots, you can even go black and white with no trouble. Maybe you want to add more photos and stories on the back of your card - you can! I think that is a pretty cool feature because I know alot happened to us this year and sometimes you just can't convey it all in one sentence. Some of you may need Hanukkah cards or some of you prefer generic holiday greetings rather than anything religious - Shutterfly has that too.
Also be thinking about thank you cards for after the holidays. (I know this is always something I am really bad about, hopefully you are better than me.) Wouldn't Grandma and Grandpa love a little note from the kids? Maybe add a handprint or a personal drawing on the back of the card? So cute!
And here's the best part, Shutterfly is giving THREE of my readers 25 FREE holiday cards!
Leave me a comment letting me know which card you would choose and you will be entered in the giveaway. Share the news with your friends too, let them have a chance to score some free cards courtesy of Shutterfly. This is a fantastic giveaway, I can't wait to hear how you would use your free gift!
Eligible contest entrants will receive a promotion code which is good for 25 free 5×7 flat or folded cards. All applicable taxes, shipping and handling will apply to orders in which this code is redeemed. This promotion code will expire December 31, 2011. Disclosure: I am receiving product compensation from Shutterfly by writing this post.