How To Send Cheer: Shutterfly Holiday Cards

by How To Mommy on 10.22.11

I’ve mentioned before that I LOVE sending Christmas cards and can spend hours upon hours arranging our photos in several different card options until they’re just perfect!

The 2011 holiday card options from Shutterfly are amazing.  I have so many choices I’m afraid I may need to factor another few hours into my card making.

If you’re not familiar with Shutterfly, they are phenomenal.  I order most of my prints, photo books, calendars, invites and cards through their site.

The other benefit to using Shutterfly is that their site acts as a repository for your images.  You have unlimited space, it’s free and if your computer crashes, your images are still safe!

Shutterfly Holiday Cards

As I mentioned, the Holiday card line has so many options!

Luckily, the site is really intuitive and offers you a way to easily slim down your options, in case you don’t want to spend several hours making your cards like I will!

I really prefer contemporary flat cards, so I chose that option.  I like to leave my choices open as far as the number of photos.

I love the look of square cards {even though postage is a little extra}, so I selected that option as well.

Doing this took my choices from over 300 down to 59.  This was much more manageable!

Here are a few of my favorite cards:

Aren’t these so cute?!  I’m not sure how I’ll ever choose.  Do you send holiday cards?

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1 Nancy October 22, 2011 at 7:39 PM

Awww, they have some cute stuff on Shutterfly. I may have to keep them as an option when I start working on Christmas cards and birthday invitations.

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2 4little1s October 23, 2011 at 2:52 AM

Gosh, Christmas is not that far away now is it. Love the cards and what a great idea.

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