I’ve learned over the years you don’t have to have a pricey professional photo to make your card. Vacation photos, candid shots of the kids, a tripod and a remote will do just fine if it tells the story of your family. Get more tips for creating card worthy photos on the NEW Shutterfly Family Photo Site.
“Every photo is a Cardworhty one when it best
reflects your family and who you are.”
This year I’ve learned you don’t have to pick just one color, instead go with a color theme. As long as each person in the family is wearing at least one of those colors. We just moved so we are continuing the tradition of taking pictures at iconic places in our new home. I love the two cards below with the chalkboard look from Shutterfly’s holiday collection. How cute is the washi tape embellishment.
Test out your photos in one of Shutterfly’s holiday cards. The #cardworthy contest is running on their Facebook page until December 9th. A different theme each week gives you a chance at fantastic prizes: family trip for 4, and a variety of Shutterfly credits.
Then, come back here and enter to win a $50 Shutterfly credit.
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Don’t forget to visit these blogs also for a chance to win a Shutterfly credit too.
A Night Owl Blog
Arizona Thrifty Mom
Cute as a Fox
Clever Pink Pirate