I am so excited that I am going to be able to send out family Christmas cards this year!
The past two years, I didn’t have the time to get them sent out, and I hated that.
Sending out Christmas cards is such a special tradition that is sadly getting lost. I remember my mom sitting at the kitchen table each year writing Christmas cards to all our friends and family. And I know how much I love receiving Christmas cards in the mailbox each year. I especially love cards that have pictures on them. It is so fun to see how we all change over the years.
So this year, I created my Christmas cards at Tiny Prints.
Tiny Prints is a premier online stationery boutique, carrying all sorts of lovely paper products such as party invites, greeting cards, birth announcements, thank you notes and holiday cards.
They have an amazing selection of Christmas cards to choose from.
I spent a little time looking through all the different choices from flat, folded, tri-fold, and even ornament holiday cards.
I decided on this tri-fold card Snowflake Grid card…
The BEST thing about ordering these cards online was that I could just quickly upload family photos that I already had on my computer to the Tiny Prints website and place them in the card template.
I do not know about you, but trying to get that “perfect” family picture for a Christmas card just never happens for me. And I cannot afford to pay for a professional photographer to take our pictures.
So I uploaded some of my personal pictures into the template and this is what I made:
I decided to not print the pictures in color, but instead went with Sepia.
The tri-fold format allowed me to put several different pictures of our family on the card.
Here is the front:
And here is the back:
The cards fold very easily and fit perfectly in the envelope.
I also ordered some matching address labels like these:
Now I just need to find the time to put them all together and get them in the mail!
Will you be sending out Christmas cards this year?
Do you like giving and receiving Christmas cards?
If you would like to order your Christmas cards from Tiny Prints, just click HERE.
There is still time to order them and get them out by Christmas, so hurry!
And if you are interested in some matching address labels, you can get those HERE.
To all of my wonderful readers,
please consider this post my Christmas card to you!
I wish I could send all of you a real card in the mail,
but we both know that is not possible.
So from my family to yours,
I wish you all the Christmas blessings
your hearts can hold!
*This post was sponsored by Tiny Prints. All opinions are 100% mine.