I was really excited to see the lovely K from Navy Nest blogging about her upcoming holiday cards because 1) She was blogging about Shutterfly, a website I’ve used for the past few years for photo development and 2) She provided me the link to sign up for Shutterfly’s blogger reviews! Thanks, girl!
I signed up to receive 25 free holiday cards immediately because all I have to do is talk about Shutterfly’s awesome card selection, which I was totally going to do anyways! Shh, don’t tell them ok? Just between us.
I used Shutterfly for my holiday cards last year and couldn’t be happier with how they turned out. My husband and I had some pictures taken in September with a fancy-schmancy photographer so I am totally stoked to debut our new pics using Shutterfly’s products.
Below are a few of my favourites:
Are they cute or what? I think we all know what colour I’m into this year for cards. I’ve also just noticed all of these cards resemble the colour we painted our living room. I’m so predictable. I highly recommend checking out Shutterfly if you haven’t already, they have a ton of products to choose from & the delivery is really prompt. They even ship to Canada! Woot! Here are some links (Just because I’m nice like that): Holiday Cards, Party Invitations , Address Labels.
I seriously love sending out holiday cards. I’m sure some of my friends think I’m a big dork for doing it, but it just makes me feel like a grown up. When I was growing up, I would love seeing how my Granny displayed all of the cards she received – She got SO many! Maybe that’s why I like receiving cards so much, they’re something personable that can be displayed – much better than an e-card in my opinion.
Full discloser: I once angrily tweeted about how Shutterfly for let the expiration of my pre-paid prints pass without notifying me & they put a full credit back on my account within one business day. I couldn’t have been more impressed with their response time.