I love photo cards. I love seeing pictures of friends I don’t get to see very often (although between facebook and blogs, really how many people do I only “see” at Christmas anymore?) I do have one little quirk though. I strongly prefer pictures (or collages) of whole families. I’m not a fan of cards with just the kids. (Your kids are cute, but how are you aging? Yeah, I’m shallow LOL.)
Every year, for I can’t tell you how many years, I go through all of our pictures desperately searching for that magic picture where we are all looking at the camera and I look good. (Did I mention that I’m shallow?) Once I find that magical picture (or pictures), I head over to shutterfly. I’m pretty sure I’ve used them for the majority of Christmas cards we’ve done since we had kids. Really. Here are the last four years…
|Sadly, I never got around to sending this one. Wonder what I can do with 100 copies? LOL|
Time to go looking for that special picture. ‘Cause as soon as I get done with that, it’s time to make the annual calendar for the Grandmas. (Yeah, I use Shutterfly for that too!)
Disclaimer: I’m getting 25 free cards for writing this, but really I’d write it anyways. I’ve bought calendars and cards for at least the last four years and got my dad a photo mug with a picture one year. So, yeah, I’m a fan of Shutterfly.