Holiday Cards Made Easy

Holiday Cards Made Easy It’s holiday card season! If you haven’t already started getting beautiful, customized Christmas and New Year’s-themed cards in the mail, you likely will soon. So, get your fireplace mantels, bookshelves and display cases ready to show off all of those holiday greetings from your friends and family. Holiday Cards Made Easy Caitlin and her family are celebrating their first Christmas with daughter, Piper. Below, Caitlin explains how she saved time with her holiday cards this year (spoiler alert: all she used was an iPhone!); plus insight into Team Glitter Guide’s favorite holiday card designs from Shutterfly. I thought I was busy before I had a daughter, but now my time is even more limited, so the thought of spending hours on holiday cards wasn’t an option for me this year. Luckily, Shutterfly makes it easy—the most time-consuming part of the process was selecting our card designs from the hundreds of options! I love the classic designs of the foil-stamped cards (when paired with a fun envelope liner, they really pop). The new ornament cards are adorable, and I know many of our family members will appreciate having a photo of little Piper on their tree this year with this colorful card I had goals of taking family photos before Thanksgivingbut unfortunately that didn’t happen! Instead of relying on professional images, I scrolled through my phone and uploaded my favorite candid snapshots from the past year. I have to say I love how personal the cards feel!  Holiday Cards Made Easy To save even more time and make our cards a little more customized, I had address labels printed. Try these labels with gold stars, or select one of the many great options available through Shutterfly. Also, I couldn’t resist the custom postage stamp option—all I had to do was stuff, sign and stamp. Then drop them in the mailbox!  Holiday Cards Made Easy

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Author: Caitlin Kruse

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