Christmas cards in October, Rachel? Seriously?
But I have to tell you something: if you get them out of the way NOW that is one less thing to do in December. And I am doing everything in my power to make December much more fun and much less stressful this year. My Christmas shopping is ALMOST done. My Christmas crafting, not so much, but I'm working on it. The holiday cards are designed and almost done.
|(these are not my kids)|
I got them through Shutterfly. Have you ever used Shutterfly before? You should give it a try. I have been nothing but impressed. I have gotten calendars and photo books as wells as cards through them. They have more designs than I have ever seen anywhere. Honestly, it was so hard to pick. The really nice thing about that, though, is that when I picked one, but my pictures just didn't look quite right in that particular card, there were plenty of other options to switch too.
One of my favorite things about their cards is that you can adjust the layouts on the inside and the back of the card. You can have it be all text, all pictures, or really any combination of the two. Which is great, because you can have the braggy letter, if that is your cup of tea, or a simple signature at the bottom.
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