Thursday, October 28, 2010

thinkin holiday cardz!

Now that our fall family photos are safely behind us and were incredibly successful might I add, I'm ready to start researching the next step. The ever important Christmas Card! The cards are especially special this year due to little L's arrival. I've found in years past that the earlier the jump I get on things the more likely I am to get them out on time. I've used Shutterfly several times in the past and I was always happy with the quality as well as the quick shipping. After reviewing their 2010 line of cards, invites, and gift tags I was excited by the variety this year. There seems to be something for everyone wether your taste be classic, modern, cute, or elegant. 

Fun and playful.

sweet and modern

patterns galore!

graphic and punchy

folded cards with the option for even more photos inside

layouts to accommodate all the great shots

are you hosting thanksgiving this year? Shutterfly has great invites for that too here!

throwing an new years party? find invites here


Disclosure Statement:
This post is part of a series sponsored by Shutterfly, a Clever Girls Collective client. Participating bloggers are reviewing the new Shutterfly cards and sharing their faves, and have been compensated with coupon codes for 50 free cards. Clever Girls Collective endorses Blog with Integrity, blog transparency and full disclosure, as I do.


  1. I will have to check those out. I'm in holiday card mode too probably because of family pictures as well! I haven't sent out cards in 3 years but I'm sure going to this year!

  2. You sure found a lot to like! I am always so last minute on my cards - I always want pictures of the boys in the snow - sometimes the opportunity takes awhile to get here! Last year we went to a house in a nearby town that goes crazy with lights and every old style plastic light up you can think of. That photo turned out fun and it was a snowy night! Good luck with your cards and thanks so much for following my blog!

  3. I haven't sent cards out since we were first married. A travesty, I know!

    I love that Thanksgiving one you featured. T-giving seems like an especially fantastic time to send some love!