Thursday, October 28, 2010

Have a shutter filled Christmas this year!

Have you heard? Bloggers of all sized and topic blogs are eligible to receive 50 free holiday cards from Shutterfly In order to qualify you have to write a post about your Shutterfly experience and then spread the word. If you would like to participate in this promotion you can find out more information here. I wouldn’t write a post about their products if I didn’t think they were great so please know that even though I hope to qualify for this promotion all my comments are 100% pure. OnOurWay would not and will not endorse a product I feel to be inferior.

Now on to my Shutterfly review.
I’ve been using Shutterfly for quite a few years and have always loved their products, in fact they are the main reason I gave up scrapbooking. It is so much cheaper, cleaner, and quicker to design and order a Shutterfly photo book than it is to sit around all day designing and making scrapbook pages. Plus, to sweeten the deal even more Shutterfly often has great sales or coupon codes floating around that I can use to create a photo book or other product for much less than I used to spend on scrapbooking supplies. I love to pass them out for Christmas presents and have documented all our vacations, wedding, and now new baby in Shutterfly albums.

Last year for Christmas we used Shutterfly to create our holiday cards and used a picture of our adorable puppy with Santa. This year with our new addition to the family I plan to pick a card that will allow us to display more than one picture. Right now I am loving this card from the Flat Stationary card selection. It is the 5x5 classic red square Christmas card. I love the modern square shape and the simplicity in the design. I want people to be looking at the pictures of our adorable son and I know that with Shutterfly quality printing the pictures will come out looking great. I like knowing that when we use a photo card from Shutterfly people will take notice of the cards we send and enjoy them for more than just the holiday season. My grandmother hangs them on her fridge to enjoy our pictures year round. Having a great card to send to friends and family makes paying the forty-four cents worth it, especially for a frugal family like ours.
It is super easy to make your own Shutterfly holiday card or photo book to use this holiday season. To get you started use a few of the links below to view all the different designs available to you, I know you’ll be sure to find something you love.
Christmas Cards – includes photo and stationary cards
Thanksgiving cards
Hanukkah Cards
Religious Christmas card options
Christmas address labels to really complete the project

Have you used Shutterfly for any holiday photo projects? What did you think?