When the holidays come around, I look forward to receiving everyone’s holiday cards in the mail. It’s great to see the faces of friends and family members, and it’s especially nice for those whom we don’t get to spend time with very often. After the festivities of the season have passed us by, I like to crop the photo cards and display them in my ribbon board so that we can continue to enjoy the smiling faces in the photographs even after the holidays.
Of course, now that I am a proud mama, I like to show off my little girl by featuring her in our own Christmas photo cards. I’ve already started browsing the selection at Shutterfly to find our 2010 holiday photo cards. These are a my favorites:
There is very large selection of folded photo cards here. I’m definitely going to choose a folded style because they’re much easier to display on a table or a fireplace mantle. But choosing a specific card is going to be difficult.
Which one is your favorite?
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