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Monday, November 15, 2010

Shopping for Christmas Cards? Try Shutterfly!

I've been a fan of Shutterfly for 8 years. And we've been buying their cards for just about that long.  Two of my favorites from years past?

This one, with our 4 cats pictured on front...

And this one, with my Gracie and her Christmas lights.
Anna the Elf...
... and Santa Morgan.

I have loved the styles in the past, but this year's crop is absolutely fabulous!  I've narrowed my list down to these -

And they've got lots more!  Shutterfly is where to turn if you are looking for:
My favorites are the holiday story cards - I always write a Christmas letter and have been waiting for someone to be able to put it in my card for me for years.... and voila!  Shutterfly to the rescue!

Last year we didn't use Shutterfly.  And we ended up sending our cards out two days before Christmas... using address labels that we printed improperly... making it so that we had to send the whole batch out again AFTER Christmas.  

So you know that this makes me very happy - Shutterfly will also address, stamp and mail them for you - makes sending out cards really easy.  

Take a look at Shutterfly... and let me know which is your favorite!

Bloggers get 50 free holiday cards from Shutterfly, find out how à


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  1. Sounds similar to Cardstore. I just blogged about them because they gave me a $25 credit. They offered my blog followers a 20% discount. Don't you just love the offers that are coming around?!

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