I’ve written before about my deep love for beautiful photos and beautiful design, especially when it comes to Christmas cards. In fact, I was so excited (proud) of the Christmas photo I took last year, that I splurged and purchased my Christmas cards from Shutterfly. Seriously, if you can get four small children to look like this, all at once, I figure you should order whatever card you want:
Of course, the danger with the splurge is that you can never go back to the free cards. I just must have the Shutterfly again.
I’m super excited to be passing the responsibility of taking the “let’s convince distant family and friends that we wear color coordinated clothing and don’t have food stuck to our faces all day long” picture to this kid. What I would give for that type of artistic talent. I’m so excited for our photo shoot that I have a hard time falling asleep at night. My children better behave and perform on demand.
After Tim manages to take the absolute perfect photo of my darling offspring, I will be heading to Shutterfly once again for our Christmas cards. Check out just a small sampling of holiday cards they have available:
Feel free to head over to drool over some of these Christmas photo cards. I will be sure to keep my eye out for great deals and let you know if I find any coupon codes!
How do you manage to get the “perfect” Christmas card picture?
Disclosure: Shutterfly is giving me free cards in exchange for this post. I honestly loved the cards well before the free loot. I’m not faking my affection. If you’re a blogger, you can get free cards too!
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