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In 2009, after we had our daughter, I created our first photo Christmas card on Shutterfly. Up until that point, I had bought regular Christmas cards at the store and sent them to friends and family every year. In 2009, I discovered how easy, affordable, and fun it could be to put together a few photos on a card and send them out to loved ones. This year is no exception!
As I scrolled through my Shutterfly, account, I came across this one:
This was our first family Christmas card. Every year, I love the cards I created on Shutterfly. As my family gets older, looking back at these becomes more and more special. Not only have I sent these to all my loved ones for the last 7 years, but they serve as a memory for me, and how our family has changed since we had our daughter.
So how are you preserving those family memories? Shutterfly’s assortment of Christmas cards, styles, and layouts has changed so much over the years. Every year I love them more and more! This year, I went with the Gilded Rejoice Card. It is a 5×7 size, and I love the striking gold font against our black and white photo. To keep it simple and classy, I chose a patterned gold snowflake layout for the back of the card.
If you haven’t already shopped Shutterfly for your cards, check them out! You will be so glad you did!