October is quickly coming to a close. Aside from a reminder that holiday season is about to go into full swing, it is also the perfect time to get holiday cards ordered.
Every year I say I’m going to do it and get my Christmas cards out by early December. And, most years I am putting them in the mail just days before Christmas or abandoning the idea of Christmas cards altogether for a Happy New Year one instead.
This year, I want to meet that goal of getting my Christmas cards out in early December. And, that means picking them out now.
Helping prod me to this goal was a recent email from Shutterfly:
We’ve got a wonderful new collection this year from traditional colors and embellishments to merry and bright colors that take on a modern feel. We also feature religious/scripture based cards (including Hanukkah) and cards that you can showcase your fur babies photos on. Whatever your style is we’re sure to have something you’ll love.
So, I’ve headed on over to check out the options for Christmas Cards.
Unlike times when I’ve done a new year’s themed card, I really am drawn to the religious options. After all, Christmas is here because of Christ!
Here’ are the top contenders for me.
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