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Time to Start Thinking About Holiday Cards

Shutterfly is giving bloggers 50 free cards simply for posting about this wonderful opportunity!

I don’t know about you, but 50 free cards is HUGE. It seems as though we add new people to our card list every year…and cards can get expensive!

I was browsing through their selection and the picture tree is the one that stood out for me. I like that you can put a whole bunch of different pictures in it! (Perfect for when your kids are at that age where they won’t sit still together.)

Now, I’m not sure if that’s the one I’ll use…but it is certainly super cute!

The decision I go through every year is that we have some non-Christian friends who get the cards as well. Typically, I end up with a “Happy Holidays!” message, but I’m wondering if people care if it says “Merry Christmas” instead. I mean, I’d still love to get a card even if it says “Happy Hanukkah” on it…it still means they remembered me and want me to share in their joy. (right?)

In year’s past, I’ve also put together calendars for family member Christmas gifts. I love that you can just select a picture (or a picture montage) and they’ll take care of the rest. Great quality too. I know my family really got a kick out of it – especially my step-grandmother who doesn’t get to see the kids very often.

So now that I know where I’ll be purchasing my holiday cards, I just need to snap some photos!