Now that Turkey Day has come and gone, Christmas is coming – ready or not! December is just one week away…and I don’t know about you, but I am already checking things off my holiday list! First task – ordering my holiday cards!
I was blown away by Tiny Prints amazing selection of holiday cards. All of their designs are absolutely gorgeous. They even have ornament picture cards this year that you can display on your tree. How cool is that? With so many styles to choose from, I have no idea how I am ever going to pick just one!
With my oldest daughter away at college, I am finding it hard to get pictures of the kids together in holiday attire. That is why I am so crazy over the gorgeous collage/multi photo cards. These types of cards let me show off each of the kids personalities in their own pictures along with a few family shots. I am able to mix and match candid shots taken throughout the year and not stress over how to get each of them to smile in every picture. A tip I recently learned – wear what you would normally wear when taking pictures. If that means jeans and a t-shirt – great. You are more likely to capture everyone’s true personality that way and the pictures will be more natural. We are going to use a multitude of photos that we took at the shore this summer for our card. Everyone is super relaxed and casual in all of the pictures. I think they will be perfect. Right now I am leaning toward this one:
There is something so fun about giving and receiving cards during the holiday season. It’s such a great
way to see how everyone’s family and kids have changed over the past year. And I love everyone’s unique style when choosing a card. I proudly display my cards on gorgeous elastic holiday bows that stretch around my doors in my living room; the cards hang with mini red clothespins. This way everyone who visits can enjoy them as much as I do. What do you do with all of the wonderful picture cards you receive?
Have you chosen a photo for your holiday card this year?
Disclosure: I was given a set of holiday cards from Tiny Prints for this review. All opinions are my own.