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Shutterfly holiday cards are here!! (GIVEAWAY)

I am one of those people who ALWAYS send holiday cards in the mail, no matter if I am crazy busy or just plain lazy. I think they are fun to get and fun to share. So when Shutterfly contacted me regarding their campaign to get the word out about their holiday cards, I jumped at the chance.

The past few year I have bought my cards from Shutterfly and have been exstatic over the quality and care they took to make my cards nice. Easy-peasey process too-the hardest part was choosing the card I wanted to use! I used a self portrait at the “Bean” in Chicago and my friends and family loved it. It was in Black and White and the card had a red ribbon around it. I wish I had an extra left over from last year to scan… darn!!
This year I am in love with THIS adorable card…

I love the black and white background with the colorful trees, and the prominent picture on the front. PERFECTION! I think this will be my holiday card this year. When I was tooling through their website, I also noticed they have calendars and other photo gifts for sale too. I always go there to buy cards, but after I looked around a bit, I may buy a calendar for my classroom with my kids’ pictures on it. Cute!


Shutterfly was generous enough to give me 3 promo codes each for 25 cards to give away this season. I will chose 3 random commentors (with who answer this question:

I always send paper holiday cards because….

Comments close at 12:01am on November 6th, 2011. Drawing will happen November 7, 2011. Good luck and happy holiday card hunting!!

Are you a blogger? Want a chance at 25 free cards this holiday season? Register here:

NOTE: Shutterfly gave me 50 free cards for a review of their site, along with 3 sets of 25 cards for my readers. I was not asked to give a positive review in turn for my blog post.

1 comment to Shutterfly holiday cards are here!! (GIVEAWAY)

  • I always send paper holiday cards because…

    I lived in Korea for three years, teaching ESL. Even when I couldn’t afford a plane ticket home for the holidays, holiday cards were a way for me to keep in contact with my friends and family, and when were sent to me, were a nice reminder that I hadn’t been forgotten, even though I lived halfway across the world. Now that I live in America again (albeit, pretty much across the country from everyone I love), these cards will still serve as a reminder that my friends and family are important to me.
    Jillian J´s last [type] ..I’m just learning how to fall, climb back up again

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