Ordering Family Christmas Cards doesn’t have to be a lengthy and expensive process.
I’ll show you how to save time and money – and actually enjoy ordering family Christmas cards this year! This post has been sponsored by Shutterfly; additionally, this post includes affiliate links. All opinions are my own, but I only promote things that I love and think you will love, too! Affiliate links does not increase the cost to you, but does help support Juggling Act Mama. For more information, please see our Disclosure Policy. #ad #MyShutterfly
Ordering Family Christmas Cards
I have always chosen Christmas cards by myself, but this year, I let the kids help decide. Not only are there tons of holiday card designs to choose from, but they are so pretty, too! While Mr. Juggling Act was at work, the kids and I selected our favorite photos from a quick impromptu photo session I did in the front card. The photos are so representative of their personalities – Olivia is outgoing, dramatic and over-the-top at times, while Ethan is more reserved, thoughtful and let’s her have the spot light. Ordering family Christmas Cards really became a family activity!
They chose the Lustrous Speckled Dots Christmas Card, which I think is so fun! There are so many options to personal your card including shape, colors, fonts, patterns and more. It meant that everyone could choose an aspect they wanted. After some friendly debate, we put together the whole card. This year, I feel like the Christmas cards are really from our whole family! You can even personalize your envelope, and get address labels. And if you’re really short on time, you can have Shutterfly mail your cards for you! Talk about a time saver!!
I love the way our Shutterfly Christmas Cards came out, and can’t wait to receive them! They often haves incredible deals to help you save money. I used their CYBERMONDAY promo along with the SHIP49 which added up to a savings of $98! Be sure to check out their Special Offers.
Shutterfly also has loads of photo gifts, so you can get some of your holiday shopping done, too! From ornaments to mugs, photo books and throw pillows, they’ve got tons of items you can personalize with family photos. I got some fridge magnets for the grandparents, because I know they’ll enjoy looking at these cute kiddos all year long.