Wednesday, December 1, 2010

The Tradition of Christmas Cards

Although most non-verbal forms of communication have evolved to an electronic format, traditional Christmas cards still remain. Most people still send their cards through the USPS just like it has always been done. However, we no longer have to go to the stationary store and pick up a box set that a lot of others might buy. We get to choose from thousands, and customize them with pictures and personal sentiments. Well, if you love the simplicity of ordering your Christmas cards online like I do... Shutterfly is the way to go. It is easy to use, and you will end up with beautiful, fun Christmas cards!   I can't wait to receive mine in the mail!

I have ordered several personalized birthday cards from Shutterfly in the past.  I was very impressed with the quality and speed.

Check out some of my favorite Christmas photo card options from Shutterfly:

Snowflake Bliss

Sweet Chocoloate

Joy Ornament

Love 2010: I really like how you can add lots of personal events to this one.

In addition to ordering my Christmas cards from Shutterfly this year, I may order some of these adorable coffee mugs for Christmas gifts.

ATTENTION BLOGERS: Shutterfly is offering 50 FREE Holiday Cards from Shutterfly.  Check out this offer here.


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