Christmas Card Conundrum (With a Giveaway!)

Oh man, it is that time of year again.  The time of year when I wander through stores and feel melancholy about it being the holidays. Where I curse Target for having all the Christmas stuff up the day after Halloween.  Even more so, the time of year when I start to stress about Christmas cards.

Every year, I worry about finding the perfect card.  Every year, I have 10 that I am trying to chose from. Every year, I end up loving our cards.  I think it is because Shutterfly makes things so easy for me. They are my go-to for our holiday cards and the family calendar that I make every year.

My daughter and I are getting our pictures taken this weekend so I have been pouring over cards trying to decide what to wear for the photos.  Of course, while at it I have picked a few of my favorites of the year.

I love this one because it’s red and festive.  It screams Christmas.  I also think it would go well with either a black & white or a colorful photo.

This one is so classy.  I like the black with all the photos.  Being only a family of two I am not sure we could fill the squares, but I could try!

I also love this one because the focus is really the photo, which is the most important thing!

Just writing this post I am already overwhelmed with possibilities! Have you already ordered your cards?

Haven’t ordered your cards yet? No problem because Shutterfly is giving two lucky readers 25 free cards!  To enter, leave a comment below, and one lucky winner will be randomly selected Nov. 25. Entry deadline is midnight Nov. 24. For an additional entry, Like our Facebook page.

UPDATE: We have a winner! Congratulations Brigid!

Disclosure Statement:
This post is part of a series sponsored by Shutterfly. I received 50 free cards for my review.  The opinions above are my own. 

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