If you’re like me, and I sincerely hope for your sake, you’re not, you have good intentions, but have trouble following through. Take my yearly Christmas cards, I always have big plans and some years I manage to pull off the photo shoot and then choose the photo that I hate the least, get a bunch of photos made up and then slide them in the cards and finally mail them out days before Christmas. Every year I swear it’s going to be different.
After failing to send out cards at all last year I decided that I was going to try Shutterfly. A few of the Christmas cards we received were from Shutterfly and they were some of my favorite cards. But what really convinced me was a birth announcement we received. It came in a plastic envelope from the post office with a note stating that this particular piece of mail had been in a mail truck fire and had been exposed to heat, flame, smoke and water damage. I opened it up and except for some slight warping and a smoky aroma, this card looked fabulous. Right then and there I decided we were using Shutterfly!
There are so many choices for holiday cards
Shutterfly’s calendars also make a fabulous gift for grandparents.
Why don’t you take a little of the stress out of your holiday and give Shutterfly a try.
Disclaimer: This is a sponsered post for Shutterfly. I am receiving 50 free holiday cards from Shutterfly. All thoughts and opinions are my own and are not influenced by Shutterfly.