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Shutterfly Holiday Cards

{Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post.}  Hello friends!  In case you missed my post last week on allllllll the wonderful things you can make with Shutterfly for yourself or as gifts, check it out my friends.  Shutterfly is my go-to for when I want to print pictures and make any photo gifts.  Always has been and always will be.  You see, I’m a creature of habit.  I’m of the motto, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.”  And with that motto in mind, I’ve no reason to ever leave Shutterfly and why you ask?  Because you literally can create anything your little heart desires, and not only that, they keep coming out with cool, unique gifts that just continues to open up the playing field in terms of selection and variety to choose from.

Shutterfly Holiday Cards

This is the reason why we’ve chosen to make our Christmas Holiday cards with Shutterfly once again this year.  They never disappointed with selection and their options each year, and they certainly have not disappointed again this year.  In fact, this year, I was blown away at all of the options (foil-stamped cards, glitter cards, pop-out cards, etc.) I had at my finger tips and so, this year I went in a bit of a different direction and  chose something a bit more fancy.  This year, this was our selection.  A flat, silver foil-stamped stationary card and this is what was delivered to my front door – sweet perfection my friends.  And it helps that my favorite four-legged babies are on the front of our cards.

Our 2016 Christmas Card Reveal

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Here’s the thing, sponsored or not, I’ll tell you how it is.  I mentioned last week that I’ve been using Shutterfly for a long, long time.  I subscribed to Kodak Gallery for years, back since the early 2000s (what!!!) and they went bankrupt and were acquired in 2012 and I, along with 70 million other subscribers, had the option to transfer all of our photos and accounts to Shutterfly.  I couldn’t risk losing all of my precious photos and memories from the years so I moved on over to Shutterfly and never looked back.

So when the opportunity to work with Shutterfly presented itself, I literally jumped for joy, and yes I literally jumped for joy, I couldn’t say YES fast enough.  Last week I had the opportunity to share with you all some of the photo gifts I made this holiday season for family and friends and I’m happy to say that I’ve been so blessed this year and I was also extended the offer from Shutterfly to create some really beautiful holiday cards and that’s precisely why I’m here today – to brag about our beautiful Christmas cards. 


Shutterfly Holiday Card

The cards have arrived!! Seriously though, how cute are these?


Shutterfly Holiday Cards

Shutterfly even sent us some handy labels for us to affix to the envelopes, thus eliminating one more thing I have to do.  Making life easier is winning in my books!  All I have to do now is pop these bad boys into the mail and I’m good to go!

You can always count on speedy shipping. I live in Canada and everything is a pain in the behind to ship here and/or it ends up costing an arm and a leg.  But not with Shutterfly; it’s always affordable and it always arrives in a reasonable amount of time, unbent or broken (which is always great thing!).  One thing I will warn you about when visiting the Shutterfly website – be prepared to fall into a rabbit hole, I’m not even joking.  Hours will pass by before you realise that you haven’t made a single selection but rather you’ve found ALL of the perfect gifts for everyone in the family.  So sit back with a coffee, browse away and create something beautiful and meaningful to you and for your family and friends, too!

Still haven’t made your Holiday Cards?  There’s still time – head on over to Shutterfly to make your own right now!

Once again, a MASSIVE thank you goes out to Shutterfly for this really fun, awesome collaboration!! 


Disclosure: I received these products in exchange for a review, however all opinions are entirely my own.

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  • omg they are SO cute!!

  • SO cute!!! Love the picture and the design you chose for the card!

  • Heather Hammel

    Love how your cards turned out. We kind of gave up quickly when trying to get a good Christmas card picture this year b/c of Gary, of course. So they look a little crappy. Hopefully next year’s turn out better.

  • Thank you! 🙂 I love how they turned out.

  • Thank you! I originally wanted to do pictures with the boys in October and with all the leaves but the Thursday before the weekend I was going to take photos, it snowed and got all nasty outside and there went my grand idea. I decided to just use the photo when I collab’d woth Shutterfly in the interest of time. I’m happy how they turned out. 🙂

  • Thanks hun. 🙂
    Any picture with more than 1-2 dogs, especially adding in a rambunctious pup like Gary, is next to impossible so I’m sure your pics look outstanding considering the circumstances. I’m surprised you even got them done at all with all the stuff on your plate, good for you girl!

  • Your cards came out so great! The boys are so adorable, and the card design is perfect.

  • Thank you very much. 🙂 I love how they turned out as well!

  • Awwwww, your card turned out so great!! I keep telling Bryan we need to grab the dog and go to Sears. And then he always asks if Sears allows dogs in for photography and I say “I don’t know, why don’t you call them?” and then we go back and forth about who’s calling Sears and we never take ugly Christmas sweater family photos with our dog! LOL, anyway, I want to do this one year, is what I’m trying to say :p

  • God this sounds like a conversation I’d have with Jeff. Lol! Call them right now and see if you can and if so, GO ASAP!!!
    We did ugly sweaters last year at a party (they were horrendous!!!) but I’ve never thought of doing the ugly sweaters with the dogs. What a great idea Charlotte! Let me know if you’re able to go out and get photos.

  • I will! I’m still waiting on someone to call me back but I’m hoping we can 🙂 I always want to take far out ridiculous photos, like instead of picture perfect family portraits, show the punks we really are 🙂 XOXO

  • I hope they called you back. 🙂 Were also the unconventional parents too, why pretend to be normal and or perfect and just embrace who we really are?! Lol