Sunday, November 28, 2010


When it comes to doing Christmas cards, for the past few years I have always done a photo card using a photo of my dog(s).  For a couple of years I used Shutterfly but then the following year I decided, partly due to my own financial situation and also wanting to get them done locally, I switched.  After looking at a sample of one done locally,  I thought I was getting the same quality - I soon learned that the card was not as good as Shutterfly. And I didn't save any money either on the ones that I had done locally.  So, I decided this year, I am going to go back to Shutterfly and yes, I can order photo cards at this later date and still get them in plenty of time to send them out in time for Christmas.  

So far, I have only used their photo cards but they have many other products that you can personalize such as HOLIDAY CARDSHANUKKAH CARDS and my favorite - PHOTO CARDSThey also have several other products such as birthday cards, birth announcements, mother's day cards and invitations - check out there website for more information -
It's super easy to produce your own greeting card - you will need a Shutterfly account which is free.  Then just upload your desired photo(s) and choose the card style you want to use - some designs will let you use more than one photo.  Just follow the easy directions given each step of the way.  The greeting on the card can also be personalized to say exactly what you want.  And finally, at this special time of year, Shutterfly is giving you a special opportunity to try their products - Bloggers get 50 free holiday cards from Shutterfly, follow the arrow à   


The Daily Pip said...

Thanks for the info on Shutterfly. I haven't used them before,but am thinking about it this year.


Your pal, Pip

Oskar said...

We blogged about this on 2 different blogs & got 100 free cards & they are stunning. My mom person was even organized and got them out already!

Nubbin wiggles,

♥♥ The OP Pack ♥♥ said...

We have used Shutterfly before and their work is pretty good. We think most of our cards this year will be e-cards.

Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

Peggy Frezon said...

I've used both Shutterly and Snapfish before for cards and photo books. I love receiving cards with photos on them...esp. dogs, of course!