Monday, November 22, 2010

Holidays with Shutterfly

In case I have not mentioned it before I love the holidays. Something about all the decorations, twinkle lights, family time good food and... oh did I mention the food? (Don't judge me I am busy growing a human!)

*Clears throat*

Now back to my shameless plug for Shutterfly.

Part of the holidays also means-holiday cards! This is actually a part of Christmas I actually really looked forward to.I love getting mail from friends and family. Something about the stamps and crisp envelopes just does it for me. When I was a kid I used to love going to run out to grab the mail during the Christmas season in hopes of finding a bundle of personalized letters(obviously not to me,but I was included in the "family" bit of it) My sisters and I would enjoy reading what everyone had been up to in the past year and then checking out the latest updated picture of each of our holiday once-a-year crush's.

(I am not ashamed of this, you know you have all done it)

As the years have passed I now have my own family to brag about. Yes, that means now I get to send out holiday cards! Which also means I have been on the search in finding easy, creative and cute holiday cards without having to spend a ton. This is harder then it sounds. Till my sister –in- law told me about this site . Shutterfly has so many cute designs and prints to choose from and they are actually reasonably priced and of course it’s EASY! I have already been playing around with 2 cards I like.

Now it might be time to just pick one. This could be tough. I guess I could just play eni-meeny-miney-mo.

If you are a fellow blogger, right now you can get 50 free holiday cards here:


Kelsie said...

Hey so I think I found the link for the free cards from Shutterfly:

If that doesn't work let me know and I can try and figure out what I used.

The McLane Blog Page: said...

thanks. i always love free.