Travel photos are my favorite style for Christmas cards. Exotic locale or big city rooftop, it doesn't matter as long as we've captured one great moment together during our trip – that is harder than it sounds!
|Kauai Santa - Christmas in Hawaii|
This year is different. This year not only are we starting the decision-making process weeks earlier than usual I’ve already got three great ideas from the new Shutterfly holiday cards. This year we can pick up prints at Walgreens, CVS, or Target® stores too.
Right at the top of their best sellers page is the Mod Snowflakes Christmas Cards that I just love. The black background is perfect for us city folk. Its square shape makes it unique and the design simplicity is pure sophistication.
One of the joys of sending our own cards is that we can say Merry Christmas if we like. The Bright Merry Cheer Christmas card is a style that appeals to the spirit of the season. The sentiment is bold and that speaks to our family. I love that the card stock is sustainably forested.
Because we have many friends in other countries, some years we like to send a New Year’s card instead. The Black Border folded card offered under the New Year's Cards selection is perfect. This card is simple but the photo can be vertically or horizontally oriented and the card stock is also sustainably forested.
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