Simple holiday cards with Shutterfly

Jennifer Wilson

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October 26, 2010

It’s that time of year again – we’re headlong into holiday planning, decorating and memory keeping. The moment one big event is over, we roll right into the next. It can be hard to catch a breath if you have a lot of obligations or totally dive into seasonal scrapbooking projects.

Ordering Christmas cards online is one way to save time and be more productive this time of year. I’ve been ordering from Shutterfly for several years – from my wedding save-the-dates to last year’s Christmas photo cards. As much as I love handmade – I would so much rather share photos with my friends and family, saving creative time for projects my immediate family can enjoy.

I heard a few months ago that Shutterfly would be introducing a huge variety of new designs for this year’s Christmas photo cards – and I’ve been so excited for the release. I knew, as a blended family, I would be looking for a multi-photo card that also gives me a chance to use my best candid shots from the whole year!

When I started browsing the new line, I instantly noticed many on-trend colors and great use of typography. Shutterfly is clearly serious about design this year! It will come as no surprise that my three favorites offer a modern twist on Christmas colors and have a super clean look.

1. Cool Blue Holly
I absolutely adore the robin’s egg blue!

2. Merry Merry Memories
This script font and dotted border are just adorable!

3. Family Wall Red
I am so into monograms right now – this card is so classy!

As you consider what kind of holiday cards are right for your family this year, Shutterfly’s fresh designs are perfect for simple scrappers. I’d love to hear what you think of my selections – which one should we pick as the winner?

This post is part of a series sponsored by Shutterfly. I was selected for this sponsorship by the Clever Girls Collective, which endorses Blog With Integrity, as I do.

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