Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Shutterfly's in my Stomach

Okay, not in my stomach, but at least in my brain. :)  And if you caught my mispelling in the blog post, good for you!...you are on top of it!  However, let me just break it to you now that it was on purpose. :)

Even though the hubby and I have had a lot of exciting adventures over the past 3 1/2 years of our marriage, we've never been ones to write a lengthy Christmas letter and print it out on pretty paper to send along with our Christmas cards (although I really enjoy reading everyone else's!).  I don't know what it is; not enough time, not feeling that I am witty enough to make it interesting, or just not interested in writing long articles (I'm an engineer, remember...I like to stick with short, to-the-point sentences).

Well, this year, I've stumbled upon some Christmas cards from Shutterfly that will help us share our stories through photographs (and maybe even a few words) and I'm absolutely LOVING them!  You can personalize each of them with your own photos and stories.

Note: The following are pictures from shutterfly.com and not of me and/or my family.  I don't want to give away which one we picked so I just used their examples. :)

Check these out...click on the title of the card to start personalizing!

Joy Sage Story Christmas Card
Front
Inside













Hmmm....which one will we pick??  They're all so cute!

Want to see more Shutterfly Christmas cards? Click HERE.


Other ideas for Christmas....



Make a personalized calendar and have a year of wonderful memories to look at every day or make one for affordable gifts.  Click HERE for Shutterfly's Wall Calendars.

Or how about these sweet personalized gift tags!



Click HERE to see more Shutterfly Gift Tags.


ALL BLOGGERS SHOULD READ THIS: For writing this post about Shutterfly (which was not hard, because I really do love it!), I am getting 50 free holiday cards from Shutterfly.  The good news is that you can too! Click on this link to learn how you can get your cards: http://bit.ly/sfly2010








1 comment:

  1. Picture Christmas cards are the way to go. Simplicity ~ no fuss. That's my motto.

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